HIPAA for the General Practitioner by Melanie D. Bragg

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When HIPAA became law in 1996, the move already had begun from a paper-based patient data system to an electronic one. This migration poses complex security and privacy issues. Over the next six and a half years, the HIPAA implementation took place with the following goals in mind: -Improve access to health insurance -Minimize healthcare billing fraud, waste and abuse -Increase efficiency and effectiveness of the health care system.
 

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Published June 29, 2009 by American Bar Association. 182 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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