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Xerox ACS To Build Iowa Health Information Exchange
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1/19/2012 | 5:27:19 AM
re: Xerox ACS To Build Iowa Health Information Exchange
Thanks for a detailed article on this company. as a documented victim of ACS, i can only pray that the leaders in Iowa have taken adequate controls of the data and will be doing internal audits and have the right to prosecute any criminal acts and also allow patients and doctors to correct any altered data which can cost lives and other physical harm when these data banks are used for medical history especially in an emergency room. The health IT contracts can mean the difference between life and death and controls must be guaranteed. ACS has no right to decide what data should be shared or altered over the doctors signature. Since they are govt contractors with Federal contracts are the leaders of Iowa aware they are not under HIPPAA? Linda Joy Adams with files and monies missing in 5 agencies under their control And if one wishes to do a civil suit in a state court? many states have turned over their files to ACS also and that means the judge only gets what ACS wants them to have. They are also the traffic cam company and have control of most of this nation and other nations. So on your way to the courthouse to sue them for a wrongful death 'big brother contractor will be watching you.' Source: documents and witnesses and congressional study on wrongful death malpractice suits done over 4 years ago. No crimes can be investigated or prosecuted unless the state made direct provisions apart from the federally funded mandate.


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