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February 14, 2011:
Channel 3 on Your Side: Transparency of medical billing, patient responsibility, and access to medical records – including an interview with eHealthTrust founder Dr. William Yasnoff.
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December 10, 2010:
Health record banks eliminate privacy concerns surrounding electronic patient records.

November 18, 2010:
eHealthTrust opened its first large-scale health record bank (HRB), a secure repository where consumers can store and control their health information, in Phoenix last month.

October 28, 2010:
Eight/KAET Phoenix, eHealthTrust founder William Yasnoff explains the benefits of having medical records in a health record bank and the security, safety and ease of eHealthTrust's services. Member Laura Holgate shows how eHealthTrust makes her life easier.
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October 20, 2010:
12 News Phoenix, President Brad Tritle discusses how eHealthTrust accounts works, the ease of setting up an account, and how consumers hold the key to who accesses their medical information.
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October 19, 2010:
Fox 10 News Phoenix, eHealthTrust member Laura Holgate talks about the difficulty of having medical records in multiple places. President Brad Tritle explains eHealthTrust's privacy policy where each member chooses who can see their records.
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October 19, 2010:
ABC 15 Phoenix, Sonoran Living - President Brad Tritle introduces eHealthTrust's services. eHealthTrust member Laura Holgate explains why she believes eHealthTrust is a service that will save her time and effort while she organizes her family's extensive medical records.
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October 4, 2010:
Press Release: eHealthTrust's Arizona CEO selected to co-chair CBI's second annual Electronic Health Record Forum.

October 1, 2010:
Press Release: eHealthTrust opens Arizona Electronic Health Record Bank.

October 1, 2010:
First Large-Scale Health Record Bank Opens in Phoenix.

October 1, 2010:
Interview with William Yasnoff.

August 18, 2010:
Tiger team clarifies patient consent rules for HIEs.

August 17, 2010:
Patients' concern about access to medical records is paramount, says survey.

May 7, 2010:
The Health Record Banking Alliance submitted comments to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in response to the proposed "e-Prescribing" regulation. The HRBA response urges DEA to coordinate its provider authentication requirements with other federal agencies and private entities so that providers can use a single set of credentials for a wide variety of online information systems and transaction types.

March 15, 2010:
The Health Record Banking Alliance submitted comments to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in response to the proposed "Meaningful Use" regulation. The HRBA response emphasizes the central importance of consumers (or whomever they designate as their proxy) being able to send their electronic medical information in standardized form to a recipient of their choice, such as a health record bank, as soon as it is generated.

February 5, 2010:
Jim Hansen, CEO of CareEntrust, gave a presentation entitled, "Developing and Executing a Business Plan for Achieving Sustainability for Health Information Exchange" at the National Health Information Exchange Summit in Washington, DC. He discussed how the health record banking approach can be a key element in achieving financial sustainability.

January 14, 2010:
Patients demand: "Give us our damned data."

"Knowing my doctors can access my family's key health information gives me peace of mind.”
-Laura Holgate, nurse and mother of two special needs children

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