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Daily Dashboard | States Reviewing Policies Due to Anonymity Concerns Related reading: CFPB releases Consumer Protection Principles on financial data sharing

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Some U.S. state are reviewing their policies on the collection and sale of health information based on concerns around patient anonymity in publicly available databases of hospital records, Bloomberg reports. Washington, for example, has suspended distribution of such information and requires buyers to sign a confidentiality agreement, after it was revealed some patients of hospitals in the state could be identified by name and their conditions exposed. Tennessee, Nevada and Arizona have begun privacy audits, and California, Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Nebraska and Alaska already have reviews under way. While health care providers are forbidden from releasing patient information under HIPAA, states are exempt from the law.
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