On its way to Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk is medical privacy legislation that is predicted to change the landscape of consumer health data collection and processing, as the first state privacy law to contain a “private right of action” provision since 2008.

The My Health My Data Act is the “first state-level health data bill of its kind,” with the act creating protections for personal information related to health conditions or attempts to obtain health care services.

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