To the Editor.—
The American Medical Record Association appreciated Ms Ziporyn's article discussing the confidentiality of computerized health records.1The American Medical Record Association has traditionally been a champion of confidentiality of health records, and in a recent position statement, "Confidentiality and Security of Secondary Health Records," we addressed the issue of ensuring secure computerized health information. A copy of this statement, which offers methods to ensure confidentiality and security, is available on request.
Cofer J. Confidentiality of Computerized Records. JAMA. 1985;253(2):201. doi:10.1001/jama.1985.03350260047016
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