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Interview: Dr. William Yasnoff on patient-centric IT

For this special issue of Wisconsin Technology Network, we asked William Yasnoff, founder of the eHealthTrust initiative, why his system can foster the adoption of electronic health records that today are fractured and limited.

Yasnoff is a speaker at the Digital Healthcare Conference 2006, where he will deliver a presentation titled "A New Patie......

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What I'm proposing is patient-centric in the sense that the proposal, which is called an eHealthTrust, involves the establishment of a lifetime health record for each person that is paid for and controlled by the person. They decide who has access to which parts when, and no one else decides that.

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The reason they have been unable to get that information is it's not electronic. Part of the eHealthTrust model is that it provides financial incentives for physicians to acquire and use electronic health records systems in their offices, by paying about $3 for submission of the encounter notes from an outpatient encounter in electronic standardized form.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 04/17/06


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