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House Committee Investigating IRS Agents For Improperly Seizing 60 Million Medical Records, Threating to Rip The Servers OutR by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 3:24am Oh heck maybe I don’t know what I am talking about here but a few months ago before this made the news I thought it mightt be a good idea to take HIPAA out of the HHS silo, in other words republish the rules and laws in some format in other places.  The IRS with their involvement with healthcare is new and so what do they know, right?   You can ... Read on »
A Novel Human Disease with Abnormal Prion Protein Sensitive to Protease update July 10, 2008 by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Jul 2008 10:55am Friday, June 20, 2008 A novel human disease with abnormal prion protein sensitive to protease (prionopathy) Original Article http://cjdmadcowbaseoct2007.blogspot.com/2008/06/novel-human-disease-with-abnormal-prion.html UPDATE ; A Novel Human Disease with Abnormal Prion Protein Sensitive to Protease Pierluigi G ... Read on »
Airport Body Scanners Violate My Rights by Ron Sparks Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 5:41pm 1 Comment Airport Body Scanners are Strip Searches Take a look at the image on the right. That, my friends, is what an airport full-body image scanner shows. You can clearly see every . . . single . . . inch of the person in the scanner. His chest. His navel. His butt-crack. His penis. His testicles. You can see it a ... Read on »
Rethinking IMS Health v. Sorrell: Privacy as a First Amendment Value by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 1:34am Today the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in IMS Health v. Sorrell . The case pits medical data giant IMS Health (and some other plaintiffs) against the state of Vermont, which restricted the distribution of certain “physician-identified” medical data if the doctors who generated the data failed to a ... Read on »
Seton Hall Law & NYLPI Release Report Documenting Hundreds of Cases of Coerced Medical Repatriation by U.S. Hospitals by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Mon 17 Dec 2012 12:00am Medical repatriations of undocumented immigrants likely to rise as result of federal funding reductions to safety net hospitals under Affordable Care Act New York, NY, and Newark, New Jersey, December 17, 2012 –Today, the Center for Social Justice ... Read on »
Mental Health Update: Expanding Services, But Limiting Access by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Wed 06 Feb 2013 12:00am As I mentioned here last month, government leaders are turning their attention to mental health issues focusing on diagnosis and access to treatment, in particular in the wake of the horrific shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Con ... Read on »
not all fitness classes are created safely (and #wiaw) by SweatingItBlog Posted Wed 27 Feb 2013 9:51am Yo and hello! First, hello to any new readers who may be stumbling onto Sweating It by way of Washingtonian! Yesterday I was featured on the magazine's Well+Being Blog Food Diaries series. If you haven't yet,  check out my post  (which they titled "How a busy, fitness-obsessed grad student eats"- love it!). It's in the spirit of What I Ate Wed ... Read on »
Stillbirth: An Interdisciplinary Approach to ‘Closing the Knowledge and Solution Gaps’* by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Sun 25 Nov 2012 12:00am Giovanni Bellini, St. Christopher. Panel of St. Vincent Ferrar Polyptych. c. 1464-68, Church of SS.Giovanni e Paolo, Venice, Italy In an article out in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity ... Read on »
Health Care Professional Ratings Tied to Efficiency by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Thu 06 Dec 2012 12:00am The degree of effort put into selecting health care professionals varies among consumers.  For instance, many relatively young users of health care may only go through the motions of selecting a primary care physician, whom they may seldom visit, and ... Read on »
IRS Facing Lawsuit Over HIPAA Violations Considered a Data Breach of Ten Million Records With Unauthorized Seizure by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 15 Mar 2013 10:42am The class action lawsuit does not name the individual company and called it “the John Doe Company” who filed the case.  The IRS is stated as not being helpful with supplying information and the lawsuit is looking for $25,000 per individual compensation.  This has all happened in southern California and the agents for the IRS conducted the state ... Read on »