The National Association for Trusted Exchange has taken another step forward in building momentum for enabling consumers to access and control their healthcare information.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has become the newest member of NATE, a private-public program aims to make it easier for patients to securely access their records electronically and improve the health information exchange between data holders and healthcare consumers.

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