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Digital technology has changed the way we communicate, shop, and work. But when it comes to our medical records, digital technology is the exception, not the rule. Big companies like Google and Microsoft are now trying to bring your doctor’s office into the twenty-first century — but not without sparking concerns from privacy advocates. Join Kojo for a Tech Tuesday look at the promise and peril of electronic medical records.
- Scott Wallace President and CEO, The National Alliance for Health Information Technology
- David Kohn Health and Science Reporter, The Baltimore Sun
- Bob Gellman Privacy and Information Policy Consultant
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