AHLA’s Speaking of Health Law: The Patchwork That Is U.S. Health Care Data Privacy

Originally published by AHLA

Omenka Nwachukwu, Principal Consultant, Clearwater, speaks with Robert Kantrowitz, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis, about the key issues surrounding health care data privacy and the various points of intersection from a regulatory standpoint. They discuss challenges related to inferential data and de-identified data, federal and state privacy laws, the recently proposed American Privacy Rights Act and its implications for the health care sector, risks for health care organizations that share and store data with internationally based partners, and how the Federal Trade Commission’s purview has expanded the regulatory risks associated with health privacy matters.

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