Publication Date: January 31, 2008
Late last week, the Markle Foundation’s Connecting for Health initiative released its latest report: Consumer Authentication for Networked Personal Health Information. As with previous reports from Connecting for Health, this report is heavy on policy and much of it can be quickly skimmed, after all, it is some 37 pages in length. But within those 37 pages the report does an excellent job of framing the issues, providing a series of recommendations and a number of appendices that delve deeper into specific topics regarding authentication. If authentication is of interest to you or your company – get this report.