Substitute Res. 405. Enforce Minnesota Law Requiring Patient Consents for Medical Records Releases
Minnesota Medicine 2003 November; 86(11): 55-56
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Requiring Consent vs. Waiving Consent for Medical Records Research: A Minnesota Law vs. the U.S. (HIPAA) Privacy Rule Woodward, Beverly; Hammerschmidt, Dale (2003-09)The use of medical records in research can yield information that is difficult to obtain by other means. When such records are released to investigators in identifiable form, however, substantial privacy and confidentiality ...
Yawn, Barbara P.; Yawn, Roy A.; Geier, G. Richard; Xia, Zhisen; Jacobsen, Steven J. (1998-11)BACKGROUND: In 1996, the Minnesota legislature passed a medical data privacy act requiring patient authorization for the use of medical records in research. Other state legislatures and Congress are considering ...
Yawn, Barbara P.; Yawn, Roy A.; Geier, G. Richard; Xia, Zhisen; Jacobsen, Steven J. (1998-11)