Addressing Privacy Concerns Through the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule
This article argues that the most efficient way to diminish threats to privacy associated with releases of medical information is to amend the HIPAA Privacy Rule so that it covers all entities that might demand authorizations for health data disclosures.
Place of Original Publication
American Journal of Bioethics
7 (3) American Journal of Bioethics 48 (2007)
Hoffman, Sharona, "Addressing Privacy Concerns Through the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule" (2007). Faculty Publications. 645.
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