President Donald Trump on Tuesday called for a new federal program to monitor people and organizations that provide medical information.
The White House released a document that outlined how the information exchange program could work and suggested that it could be used to track individuals and organizations.
“We are looking at a lot of different ways to use that information to enforce a very strict interpretation of what constitutes medical privacy,” the document read.
“It would be an excellent idea to look at it in a much more broad way.
It’s very important to us, not just to the United States, but to all of the world.”
Trump’s comments come amid a series of recent reports that suggest the Justice Department is investigating some medical-device companies over allegations that they are violating consumer privacy rights.
The department is also investigating whether the company’s medical-information-sharing policies are lawful.
The administration is also trying to get a court to overturn a federal privacy-protection law that restricts who can share information with the government.
The law was passed in 2015 in response to the Edward Snowden leaks of massive government data breaches.
The president, who is a registered Republican, has previously voiced support for a national health-information exchange, saying in March that “the current system is working great” and that he was not worried about health-insurance companies.
The president has also repeatedly said that he will sign an executive order on the issue, and has vowed to work with Congress on the idea.
Trump has also said that the Department of Health and Human Services has “a program called Informational Influence” that allows the agency to collect information on individuals.
The administration is looking into the program and has not provided details about the types of information that would be shared with the federal government.
The Trump administration has been criticized for using the term Informational Influence, which is not a federal program, and a new document released on Tuesday suggests that the administration may be considering expanding the program.
The Health Information Exchange Program was created in 2015 to provide health-related information to health-care providers, health care providers and other health-service organizations, as well as the public.
The program allows for the collection of information about people, such as name, address, date of birth, date and time of birth and other information.
The data can be used by government entities to help in investigations, or it can be shared for use in public health and research.
Under the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Act, the federal agency can share the information with any law enforcement agency, government contractor or other entity that is interested in accessing the information.
In addition, it can share any information with law enforcement, government agencies or health-info-sharing partners.
The information is also publicly available.
The Trump administration said in the document that it would “evaluate any proposal to expand the Informational Information Exchange program,” and said that it was “aware of the possibility of expanding this program in the future.”
The president is scheduled to speak about health at the National Governors Association luncheon on Tuesday evening.