Microsoft, AT&T, Covisint Partner On Health Data Exchange

Marianne Kolbasuk McGee of InformationWeek reports:

Through a new partnership between Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT), AT&T (NYSE: T), and Compuware (NSDQ: CPWR) subsidiary Covisint, consumers who use Microsoft HealthVault tools to input and manage their personal health data via the Web can now share this information nationwide with physicians connected to the AT&T Healthcare Community Online data exchange.

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  1. Anonymous - June 23, 2008

    Maybe patients can bolster privacy by inserting legal terms of access (like an end-user license agreement) into the content of their electronic medical records. The terms could set binding rules for who may view data and when. The idea is not legal advice, just something to think about. –Ben http://hack-igations.blogspot.com/2008/02/contracts-for-patient-privacy.html

  2. Anonymous - June 24, 2008

    Intriguing idea. Looking at your blog, I see you elsewhere posted Healthcare Record Terms of Access language for purposes of discussion. Good food for thought.

    Feel free to jump in here anytime with comments or ideas.

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