Checkpoint 230 - Checkpoint: HIPAA Evaluation It's...

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Checkpoint: HIPAA Evaluation It's important to have things kept private and especially when it can impact someone's life or even wanting other to know. It should be your right to want to be able to disclose information about your self. There are guideline and rules to protect the patient's information. I will be over viewing what gives you that privacy and how it works. HIPAA PRO'S It does protect individual's medical records and personal health history and not just let it be open to others. It also gives the individual patient to obtain a copy of their own health records. Patients information is safeguarded and can not be disclosed with out the patients consent. Its very important for a patient to have that security knowing that what go's on with your medical history is not shared with the world. It can be something you don't want a family member to know or having everyone know your business. When I go to the doctors office all medical records are now in the computer but in order to have access to
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