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OMB sponsors online discussion of privacy issues

OMB sponsors online discussion of privacy issues, By Nancy Ferris, FCW, October 23, 2008.

The Office of Management and Budget has asked the National Academy of Public Administration to hold a public discussion this month of health care privacy issues through an interactive Web site.

The “National Dialogue on Health Information Technology and Privacy” will take place the week of Oct. 27 at www.thenationaldialogue.org.

The site is also using Twitter (use tag #nationaldialogue) and Youtube (see: http://www.youtube.com/user/natldialogue).

“A panel of academy fellows will review the postings and produce a report in December with recommendations for the new administration.”

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