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Bill Grolly

I'm torn by one of your comments in this post. When you say "We all know that healthcare organizations are sitting on a mountain of data", does that data really belong to the healthcare organizations, or to the people who's medical records comprise that data? Just last week you posted about our health records not belonging to us, so do we really want Google, Apple, Microsoft, etc to get "free" access to our records to mine/use for their use/profit? I would have no problem sharing my health record with a non profit that was aggregating data to improve the health of others, but not with those purely interested in making a profit from it...

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