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What Google's Calico Means For Healthcare
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Laurianne
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Laurianne,
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9/27/2013 | 4:43:53 PM
re: What Google's Calico Means For Healthcare
It's hard to argue that Google staffers would have come up with a more elegant solution than HIPAA. Our Congress seems to have learned little from the Googles and Amazons of the world.
Alex Kane Rudansky
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9/27/2013 | 2:09:29 PM
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I don't see HIPAA going by the wayside anytime soon, though. We still have national debates about pat downs at airports violating privacy... HIPAA certainly won't disappear without a battle.
David F. Carr
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9/27/2013 | 1:35:33 PM
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That HIPAA must go sentiment is interesting. Reminds me of the radical openness espoused by Jeff Jarvis in his book Public Parts http://www.amazon.com/Public-P... where he argues against the presumption of privacy using shared medical data as one of the key examples.


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