Mostashari urges HIT vendors to conduct themselves ethically

Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, believes most HIT vendors operate in good faith.  At a recent meeting, however, Mostashari stated that he will be testing organized peer pressure as a means of bringing more ethically problematic vendors into line, in order to avoid having to develop onerous additional regulations.  He warned that he will impose more regulations if necessary.

See Healthcare IT News article at “Mostashari calls on vendors to play fair“.

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