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Physicians: Blog without violating patient privacy

Briefings on HIPAA, June 1, 2008

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Imagine a place where physicians can support each other in difficult situations, discuss case-specific successes, and compare notes about everything from pay-for-performance to the efficiency of information technology.

This interaction is luring many physicians to the online blogging community—also known as the physician blogosphere—where bloggers post about their experiences or opinions in a journal-style format.

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