Information Blocking Resource Center
“Information blocking (info blocking) can occur in many forms. Physicians can experience info blocking when trying to access patient records from other providers, connecting their electronic health record (EHR) systems
to local health information exchanges (HIEs), migrating from one EHR to another, and linking their EHRs with a clinical data registry. Patients can also experience info blocking when trying to access their medical records or
when sending their records to another provider. AMA policy supports legislative and regulatory prohibitions on info blocking and is a longstanding advocate of eliminating major contributors to info blocking by EHR vendors.”
CLICK HERE for the Information Blocking Resource Center, a centralized resource on information blocking.