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Smart Card Alliance Endorses Health IT Privacy and Security Tiger Team Recommendations

The Smart Card Alliance announced today it strongly endorses the Electronic Health Record (EHR) privacy authentication recommendations made by the HIT Policy Committee Privacy and Security Tiger Team. The group proposed rules it deems as necessary to provide a suitable trust framework for information exchange between EHR systems. Specifically, the Alliance agrees with the team’s recommendation that [.
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