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Drug and Device Lawyers Need to Be Mindful of Recent HIPAA and State Medical Privacy Law Developments

October 2015 - DRI's RX for the Defense
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by Ed Taber, published in DRI's RX for the Defense

A widespread revolution in medical privacy law was spawned by the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act of 1996, aka “HIPAA.” (PL 104-191). That revolution has continued to broaden in terms of sources, scope and teeth. It can no longer be ignored by drug and device lawyers, particularly in the age of expanding cyber security threats. Click here to read the article.

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