Memorial Hermann Health Insurance Case Study

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While it is the responsibility of the health information management (HIM) department to cooperate with law enforcement in the event of a crime, this can still be achieved without a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) breach. HIM department managers must maintain protection of patient privacy when delivering reports to the public.
In the case involving Memorial Hermann Health System (MHHS), there were many causes of action the patient had against MHHS. Those include, but are not limited to, invasion of privacy, malpractice, defamation, negligence for improper disclosure and breach of confidentiality. However, the main cause of action was directly related to a breach of confidentiality. Breach of confidentiality points

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