Internet validating identity
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These goals have increased in importance as health information exchange has evolved over the last decade with the healthcare industry striving to reduce costs, increase interoperability, and transform to a patient-centric care delivery model.
Yet, when Truth rose to enter into the conversation, her words, collected under the title “Ain’t I a Woman,” not only drew strong admiration, but presaged what would come to be the fundamental question of Western feminism: What exactly is a woman?
In the speech titled “Ain’t I a Woman,” Truth reveals the contradictions inherent to the use and meaning of the term woman, and exposes the political, economic, and cultural assumptions underlying its use.
It urges industry stakeholders to recognize that now is a critical time to address accuracy in patient identification systems.
Various components of the healthcare ecosystem will address these goals and execute patient identification integrity activities to: Patient identification integrity is a complex concept, and one that is not well understood throughout the healthcare industry.