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    Many health care organizations have sent thousands of dollars and hours to comply with HIPAA. Are the recently issued HIPAA regulations regarding transmission, privacy and security of protected health information necessary, regardless of the burden and cost of compliance?

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    1. Many health care organizations have sent thousands of dollars and hours to comply with HIPAA. Are the recently issued HIPAA regulations regarding transmission, privacy and security of protected health information necessary, regardless of the burden and cost of compliance?

    Yes, these regulations are necessary for the patient's protection from the misuse of "personal medical information" medical information. That is essentially why HIPAA came into effect. For example, the HIPAA Privacy Rule established national standards, as a way to protect individuals' medical records and other personal ...

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    This solution discusses if the recently issued HIPAA regulations regarding transmission, privacy and security of protected health information are really necessary, regardless of the burden and cost of compliance. References are provided.

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