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EHR Association Launches Developer Code Of Conduct
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6/17/2013 | 1:21:59 AM
re: EHR Association Launches Developer Code Of Conduct
ItGÇÖs good that they have instilled this code of conduct for
vendors to adhere to. The exchange of health information has always been a
thorn for healthcare IT and if vendors continue making it hard for patients to
transfer their records to other vendors it wonGÇÖt improve. By having this code
of conduct and hoping that the vendors find the benefits outweigh the negatives
if they adhere to it, hopefully we can start seeing more collaboration between
vendor systems adhering to the code.

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