Scott Stuewe

Identity and Patient Matching

By Scott Stuewe – Part 6 of 6 – As I mentioned in my introduction, patient matching doesn’t work terribly effectively today. The problem has its root in the identity challenges we have been discussing, although it is important to separate the patient matching challenge from trust-in-identity – these are related, but not congruent topics.

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Resolving Identity and the Erosion of Privacy

By Scott Stuewe – Part 5 of 6 – As data about individuals becomes more readily discoverable, we need to take care not to allow the erosion of our privacy as we look to tackle identity and establish trust on the internet. As we create tools to identify people for the right reasons, we need to remain vigilant that we don’t lose control of all our personally identifiable information in the process.

Identity Proofing – I Yam What I Yam

By Scott Stuewe – Part 4 of 6: What makes us what we are? Who knows who we are? If you had to prove you are who you say, for the very first time, if you don’t have an ID already, how would you do it? My mother was there when I was born and could tell you it’s me, but she is no longer with us.

Trust, Identity, and the Internet

By Scott Stuewe – Part 3 of 6 – Trust can’t be legislated or manufactured. Trust is earned by demonstrating ongoing reliability. Trust isn’t taken on faith, and it can be lost in a moment when foundational conditions change. Facebook is less trusted now than it was before Cambridge Analytica.

A View In 2

Beth Friedman, host of FINN Voices and I set out to find out just what vendors feel they have on the hospital and practice must have lists while they are navigating with financial constraints and looking for technology solutions. Take a listen.

DirectTrust and EHNAC at HIMSS

I caught up with both Scott Scott Stuewe, President and CEO of DirectTrust and Lee Barrett, now the Commission Executive Director for DirectTrust this past week at HIMSS in Chicago to talk about the merger and DirectTrust, post pandemic. Take a listen.