The search for John Doe
Government Health IT, February 24, 2009
Biomedical researchers are chafing under the constraints of the HIPAA Privacy Rule six years after it took effect. In an era in which an increasing number of medical records exist in digital form, ready to be analyzed for insight into health issues and the practice of medicine, it can be difficult for researchers to get their hands on that data.
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