Bankruptcy Not an Escape From Federal Healthcare Privacy Watchdogs

Patient privacy and medical data protection are hot-button issues in the healthcare industry. Though the Bankruptcy Code contains provisions that address privacy protection for individuals, the Bankruptcy Code does not contain an operative provision detailing a process for the protection of healthcare data. Lack of such a provision, however, has not precluded the federal government from independently stepping in to protect patient data.

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