Reporting: Name Requirement to Take Effect at Beginning of Year in Georgia
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A Guide to California's Breaches. First Year of State Reporting Requirement Reveals Common Privacy Violations Dimick, Chris (2010-04)Effective January 1, 2009, California healthcare providers were required to report every breach of patient information to the state. They have sent a flood of mishaps and a steady stream of malicious acts.
Effect of HIV Reporting by Name on Use of HIV Testing in Publicly Funded Counseling and Testing Programs Nakashima, Allyn K.; Horsley, Rosemarie; Frey, Robert L.; Sweeney, Patricia A.; Weber, J. Todd; Fleming, Patricia L. (1998-10-28)CONTEXT: Policies requiring confidential reporting by name to state health departments of persons infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have potential to cause some of them to avoid HIV testing. OBJECTIVE: ...
Tesoriero, James M.; Battles, Haven B.; Heavner, Karyn; Leung, Shu-Yin John; Nemeth, Chris; Pulver, Wendy; Birkhead, Guthrie S. (2008-04)OBJECTIVES: We examined the effect of New York's HIV Reporting and Partner Notification law on HIV testing levels and on the HIV testing decisions of high-risk individuals. METHODS: In-person interviews were administered ...