JAMA Network | JAMA | The HIPAA Conundrum in the Era of Mobile Health and Communications

Navigating these new mandates may pose administrative and technical challenges for covered entities and for business associates. The Department of Health and Human Services has estimated that the cost of implementation ranges from $114 million to $225 million in the first year and approximately $14.5 million each year thereafter.1 Many companies, however, maintain that the amount reported by the Department of Health and Human Services significantly underestimates the actual compliance costs.4 This conundrum is particularly true for mobile health companies in a rapidly expanding HIT industry.

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Medical Privacy After Death: Implications of New Modifications to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule

Medical Privacy After Death: Implications of New Modifications to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule

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