5117.1 Advances in Telemedicine, Compliance Issues, and Overcoming Barriers in Public Health Informatics

Wednesday, November 7, 2007: 12:30 PM

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Educating Patients and Providers about HIPAA and State and Local Privacy and Security Practices, Policies and Laws
Linda L. Dimitropoulos, PhD, Stephanie C. Rizk, MSc and David Harris, MPH
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Privacy and security issues related to the electronic exchange of health information for public health and other secondary data uses
John Loft, PhD, Linda L. Dimitropoulos, PhD, Stephanie C. Rizk, MSc and Robert Bailey
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Overcoming Barriers to Implementation of Electronic Health Records in an HIV Clinic
Shannon H. Houser, PhD, James H. Willig, MD, James L. Raper, DSN, Manojkumar A. Patil, MSCIS and Michael S. Sagg, MD
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Telemedicine: Lessons Learned
Lois Ritter, EdD, MS and Nuria Ciofalo, PhD
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Novel Interactive Cell phone technology for Health Enhancement (NICHE)
Zubaida Faridi, MBBS, MPH, Veronika Northrup, MPH, Lauren S. Liberti, MS, David L. Katz, MD, MPH and Kerem Shuval, PhD, MPH
Table 10
Baseline study of receptivity to telecare technology in a community-based older minority population
Elizabeth M. Bertera, MSW,PhD, Bihn Q. Tran, PhD, Ellen Wuertz, RN, MPH and Aisha Bonner, MSW

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Organized by: Health Informatics Information Technology
Endorsed by: Health Administration

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing