Alliance eyes privacy bill's impact on workers' comp

Shutan, Bruce
May 1999
Employee Benefit News;May99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p11
Reports that the Self-Insurance Institute of America (SIIA) Inc. has formed the SIIA Alliance for Sensible Health Privacy Legislation. Significance of the alliance; Selection of legislation proposed in the United States Congress; Consequences of privacy legislation.


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