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Paying cash to protect patient privacy – it’s not quite that simple

One of the very first questions I received from a reader of The Self-Pay Patient dealt with electronic medical records and patient privacy, which I addressed here: Electronic health records mandate and self-pay patients. The issue has cropped up again recent … Continue reading

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Electronic health records mandate and self-pay patients

A reader of The Self-Pay Patient asked whether, as a self-pay patient, their private medical records would be available to the government or insurance companies as a result of the electronic health records mandate contained in Obamacare. I’ve looked around a little and … Continue reading

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