Survey reveals impact of HIPAA on medical research

11/13/2007 | Forbes

A U.S. survey of more than 1,500 epidemiologists found that two-thirds of respondents experienced difficulties recruiting patients and accessing their health records for medical research because of HIPAA privacy rules. One privacy advocate, however, said most Americans support the rule because they want to be asked for their consent before their medical records are used for research.

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