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Health Plan Sponsors Should Consider Whether Summary Information Will Suffice, Attorneys Say
Thompson Publishing GroupLink to more items from this source
Mar. 21, 2002
Excerpt: Employers that sponsor health plans should rethink their use of employee health information, and even consider restructuring their organizations, to minimize the impact of HIPAA's privacy rules, two health care attorneys suggested at a recent conference. Otherwise, improper use or disclosure of this information could result in exposure to employee lawsuits, even though the rules themselves do not create a private right to sue.

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