It isn't a full book like Keith writes; but it is my second offering toward a book. The first was a book that likely sold only 10 ceremonial copies in 1997 "Intranet Resource Kit". In neither book am I a big enough writer to make much mention on the cover.
I am very pleased with my chapter in the HIT book, 31 pages. I cover quite a bit of ground on Privacy and Security related to EHR and HIE. Much of the material comes from my blog, but even that had to be rewritten to fit the editorial style of a book. The chapter covers everything from identity, identity proofing, access control, authentication, and role based access control. I cover the various perspectives one must take in healthcare to protect data appropriately; including the patient perspective, provider perspective, and organizational perspective. I cover this topic as an exercise in a local EHR, but also how this model needs to be extended across an HIE to continue to protect the sensitive healthcare information. This requires the expansion out into Metadata and Federated Identity.