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Re-Decentralization of Medicine: The HIE of One

MICHAEL CHEN, MD and ADRIAN GROPPER, MD This week, a non-commercial, open source proof of concept called HIE of One becomes the first standards-based patient-centered health record demonstration. It uses the emerging FHIR standard along with established standards for identity and security management to show how a physician-patient relationship can be independent of any particular
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