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A Framework for Health Care Information Assurance Policy and Compliance


As many as 400 people may have access to one's personal medical information throughout the typical care process. Patients (consumers) feel that it is critical that their medical information is held in confidence, otherwise they may withhold important medical information from health care providers making it difficult to provide quality and effective health care.

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