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Do you think that HIPAA has actually made it easier for people to have privacy and keep their information private?

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I do. I think it's done a few things. The main reason why it has worked well is because of the ease at which doctor's offices and other professionals previously gave out information without really verifying who they were releasing the information to. I think that HIPPA has brought ...

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