Health Information Management

Mobile devices pose major security risk

Briefings on HIPAA, September 1, 2011

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A May Manhattan Research, LLC, study estimates that one-third of physicians use mobile devices to input data into patient's electronic health records (EHR). Manhattan Research, a pharmaceutical and healthcare market research and services firm based in New York City, conducts annual research studies of e-health trends among healthcare professionals and consumers.

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