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Healthcare operations: How to approach the privacy rule's ambiguity

Health Information Compliance Insider, March 1, 2009

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When the OCR revised the HIPAA privacy rule in 2003, it specified accepted uses and disclosures for what it termed “treatment, payment, and healthcare operations [TPO].”

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