John W. Devine


The Affordable Care Act and Federal health care programs (e.g., Medicare and Medicaid) encourage the collection and analysis of electronic health care information for quality and coordination of care and improved treatment outcomes. HIPAA and other personal and health care information security laws and regulations impose restrictions on the use and disclosure of this data but exceptions exist for research, public health and limited other purposes. This program will examine the legal issues involved in the use, aggregation and sale of individual healthcare data for commercial, research and public health purposes and how to assure compliance through contract terms and compliance documentation.  

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