New York — An array of organizations endeavoring to enable consumers to view their health records online have joined to endorse a set of standard practices.

The framework defines a set of practices that can help protect personal information and enhance consumer participation in online personal health records. The coalition includes insurance industry heavyweights such as Aetna and the BlueCross BlueShield Association, care providers such as the American Academy of Family Physicians, as well as technology providers including Google, Microsoft and WebMD.

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