SPOTLIGHT: Medical privacy comes at a cost

No one argues that protecting patients' medical privacy is a good thing--in theory. In practice, however, some researchers are arguing that medical privacy rules issued in the wake of HIPAA have some unfortunate side effects. Specifically, they suggest that it's become more expensive and difficult to conduct studies. Article

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