HIPAA at 15: Some provisions still a work in progress

Conn, Joseph
August 2011
Modern Healthcare;8/22/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 34, p12
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The article focuses on the Health Insurance Probability and Accountability Act and its impact on the U.S. healthcare sector. The law, which is known for enhancing management of U.S. health insurance services, has compliance provisions like ASC X12 Version 5010 data transmission requirements, retail drug and Medicaid store standards, and ICD-10 diagnosis guidelines. The law was approved by then-U.S. President Bill Clinton on August 21, 1996.


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