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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis There is no such thing as health information privacy in the United States today. News stories from around the nation provide almost daily reminders that our medical information is at risk. In May, officials at Walter Reed Army Hospital announced a breach of private medical information, which included names, Social Security numbers, and birth dates of patients at Walter Reed. In February, a laptop was stolen from a researcher at the National Institutes of Health that contained personal and . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Analysis There is no such thing as health information privacy in the United States today. News stories from around the nation provide almost daily reminders that our medical information is at risk. In May, officials at Walter Reed Army Hospital announced a breach of private medical information, which included names, Social Security numbers, and birth dates of patients at Walter Reed. In February, a laptop was stolen from a researcher at the National Institutes of Health that contained personal and . . .
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