Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'database'

Attorney General Seeks Support for Narcotics Prescription Database

From an AG press release February 13: Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today launched a new website, "Share Your I-STOP Story," that showcases personal stories from New Yorkers who have been impacted by the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse. As...

DOH Announces "METRIX" - Improving Access to Unique Datasets

On the DOH website today: The New York State Department of Health is pleased to launch the Maximizing Essential Tools for Research Innovation and eXcellence (METRIX) project. I want to take this opportunity to share with you the Department's vision...

U.S. Senate Resolution: National Data Privacy Day 1/28/09

From the U.S. Senate Daily Digest, 1/28/09: The Senate agreed on Wed. to S. Res. 25, expressing support for designation of 1/28/09, as ``National Data Privacy Day''.(1) The recognition of 'National Data Privacy Day' will encourage more people nationwide to...

Cal. Expands Data Breach Notification Laws

Here is an interesting bit from the far west in today's San Francisco Chronicle: California residents must now be notified when their electronic medical information or health insurance information has been exposed. AB1298, which took effect Tuesday, expands California's data-breach...

WSJ Rounds Up Hospital Data

Today's Wall Street Journal (subscription ordinarily required, although today - - 7/10/07 - - all online content is available free) rounds up a number of databases available online to consumers wishing to research hospitals. Notable inclusions appear below the fold....

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