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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Article in the Daily Breeze by Megan Barnes; HASC Adds Nancy's Stroy to Their HIPAA Training

Megan Barnes continues to help us keep Nancy's story alive:
Daily Breeze Aritcle by Megan Barnes

The Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC) had a Webinair today about patient disclosure and privacy rules.  They specifically had a couple of charts on Nancy (with her picture), using that as an example of when it is OK to release (selected) patient information.

Nancy's story does seem to be having an impact.

2 comments:

  1. Nancy's family and friends are doing an astounding job.

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