Book tackles medical ID theft
Health Data Management, April 7, 2008
The American Health Information Management Association has published a book that probes issues surrounding medical identity theft. The book is targeted to health information management professionals, privacy and security officers, and risk managers. It covers preventive policies, internal and external threats, risk and exposure mitigation, HIPAA compliance, and best practices to resolve incidents.
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