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  Knowledge is power. And when it comes to your health, that’s especially true. Being an engaged patient means being more informed about your health. It means having the power—and the information you...
Employers do not have any access to the Vermont Health Information Exchange. Insurers may use data from the network to check the quality of health care you've received, but only if you give your...
  Tips for Providers About Patient Consent Consent policy Under the State of Vermont consent policy, participating providers shall only access data on the VHIE for patients who have signed a written...
  Knowledge is power. And when it comes to your health, that’s especially true. Being an engaged patient means being more informed about your health. It means having the power—and the information you...
  Protecting your health information in the Vermont Health Information Exchange is of utmost importance to VITL. Most of us go to more than one place for health care. So we have medical records in...
  Providing consent to share health information may improve your care. When you go to see a health care provider, a record is kept of your visit. The record includes: what medical problems were...
Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do. The statement makes an effective motto for motivating people to take action. So does Dave deBronkart--also known as ePatient Dave--a health policy...
Under the Vermont consent policy, you have the right to see an audit report of each  by a provider of the information available about you. To request an audit report, please call the VITL offie at...

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