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Lawmakers Want HIPAA Data Access Rules Amended To Encourage Consumer ‘Shopping’ For Diagnostics

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Lawmakers at a House hearing discussed amending the HIPAA privacy regulations to allow patients more access to their own data, and to encourage patient participation in selecting their own genetic tests, mammograms or other diagnostics.

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