Addressing Current Threats to Patient Reproductive Health Privacy

How Upcoming Regulatory Changes Threaten Patient Privacy, and Recommended Next Steps for Promoting Patient Privacy and Access

The Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision has resulted in a great deal of reactive regulatory and legislative action at both the federal and state levels; however, recent and upcoming regulatory actions threaten to contradict efforts to bolster patient privacy.

In Addressing Current Threats to Patient Reproductive Health Privacy, originally published in September of 2022, ScanSTAT Director of Compliance & Government Affairs Elizabeth McElhiney discusses the effects two major regulatory changes could have on patient privacy and the Health Information Management industry.

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