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Paper-to-EHR transition creates HIPAA challenges for physician practices

Briefings on HIPAA, February 1, 2011

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The challenge of complying with HIPAA privacy and security requirements is significant for physicians,  particularly those in small practices, says Robert Rowley, MD, whose Hayward, CA, office has functioned without paper records since 2002.

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