Sticking plaster that won’t stick

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Sticking plaster that won’t stick

Why has HIPAA failed to achieve the same level of success as SoX, asks Ben Rothke

The Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was an insurance reform bill presented to Congress as the Kassenbaum-Kennedy Bill and has its roots in the 1993 Clinton healthcare reform proposals. Its primary intent was to provide better access to health insurance, limit ...

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