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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was enacted on August 21, 1996, ushering in new protections for the privacy and security of health information and enhancing consumers’ access to their own health information.
Now, HIPAA comes of age as the use of a wide variety of digital health applications explodes, and industry advances in big data, genetic information, personalized medicine, and artificial intelligence are rapidly changing the healthcare landscape. With this explosion, the state and federal enforcement regime has matured, and Americans are still concerned about the privacy and security of their health information.
Join Bradley’s Health Information and Technology, Privacy and Security team as we consider HIPAA’s origins and impact on healthcare providers, health plans, and vendors as well as the future of health privacy and security for the industry and consumers.
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