The Electronic Health Records Association (EHRA) recently rolled out its EHR Developer Code of Conduct. As both a leading (and the most usable!), cloud-based EHR vendor, and an active member of the EHRA, athenahealth is pleased to see the Association’s code and will absolutely sign on.
But even before the EHRA’s roll-out event, we were getting the obvious question: What does the EHRA Code have to do with athenahealth’s own Health Information Industry Code of Conduct , introduced to the industry back in January?
The answer to that question is: plenty. And no, the two codes aren’t contradictory—they’re … Read more
June 19, 2013