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health information. What makes this paramount is that this has a lot to do with whether patientsseek care or not.” (Leon; Michelle; Johnson, 2015). Access to inclusive, eminent medicalservices is essential for the attainment of health evenhandedness and for improving everyone’slife. For example, when someone arrives at a medical facility, he/she is provided withinformation regarding the HIPAA privacy rules. After reading these rules, patients are required tosign a paper stating that they have received guidelines on the HIPAA rules. As mention in thisprogram, if a patient sees something reported in their medical treatment that he/she does notagree with, a written letter can be addressed to the provider. “The provider, depending on theirjudgment as to whether the correction sought is appropriate or not, can either grant the correctionrequested by the patient or deny the correction sought by the patient,” said Rodriguez (Leon;Michelle; Johnson, 2015)ReferencesHHS. (n.d.). The HIPAA Privacy Rule. U.S Department of Health & Human Services. Retrieved from Leon; Michelle; Johnson. (2015). Patient Privacy: A Guide for Providers. Medscape.U.S Department of Health and Human Services. CME Released: 04/26/2013; Reviewed and Renewed: 08/20/2015When it comes to the Building a Culture of Compliance program, the HIPAA security standardsunfolds in three categories: Administrative safeguards, physical safeguards, and technicalsafeguards. The Administrative safeguards concerns policies and procedures and makes sure that