January 31, 2017 Healthcare, Surveillance, U.S.
Theo Douglas reports:
Missouri, still the only state without its own Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), could enact a statewide version in 2017 after roughly 12 years of trying. For now, however, the operative word continues to be “could.”
As it has been in years past, a key issue is one familiar to virtually anyone with a computer, a cellphone, or the ability to stream movies or play multiplayer video games — privacy.
Two statehouse officials continue to have differing views of what constitutes privacy in a PDMP in a virtual world.
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