Health Information Management

Why do we need a notice of privacy practices?

Briefings on HIPAA, November 1, 2012

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Some healthcare administrators and executives consider the notice of privacy practices (NPP) another government administrative burden. From a privacy ­perspective, however, the NPP is not a waste of time.

 

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