DTNS 2729 – Vivaldi makes your browsing sing

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One thought on “DTNS 2729 – Vivaldi makes your browsing sing”

  1. (Wrote this on the subreddit for DTNS 2729 as well…)

    Hey Tom, on show 2729 you mocked the use of faxes in this modern age. In medicine however the fax is far from dead and remains the primary method of relaying information between doctors. In part this is likely due to a misperception of HIPAA standards when it comes to the privacy of communicating about patients. There is a general consensus that an email message about a patient is more likely to end up in the hands of an unintended recipient than a fax. Yes we are living in a world of Electronic Health Records with the intention of improving communication between health care providers…but guess what…there is still almost ZERO interoperability between all these systems. There are standards but alas too many of them so no EMRs talk with each other to relay patient information. One thing they all do though – they have built in fax capabilities!
    –Rob from Hanover, NH
    Eye Surgeon and tech geek

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