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Secure Health Records: hardware, software and brainware

Further to my recent postings on the essential technical and human aspects of secure and confidential information systems, I was watching the voluble Gyles Brandreth review the newspapers with Carol Vorderman on the Andrew Marr Show this morning. The discussion touched on the recent losses of personal data by various public sector organisations. Mr. Brandreth said the real problem was not hardware or software but brainware. Nicely put.

To add weight to this read this entry on the Joe Public blog.


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Hello all;

FYI: We have just released a new dictionary on HIT. Feel free to visit: http://www.HealthDictionarySeries.com for more info.

And, our blog has HIT, HL7 and related info.
Feel free to post and opine.

Ann Miller; RN

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