Cloud-based services could improve patient control over health data

EHRs and similar technologies have not made it easier for patients to track their own health and health care utilization, but evolving FHIR standards and user interfaces are starting to improve data exchange, writes Luis Castillo, CEO of Ensocare. A centralized service like cloud-based banking, or even a card on a mobile device, could store each health care transaction that patients can control, though security and HIPAA compliance must be carefully considered, Castillo writes.


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