Representing Victims of HIV Wrongful Medical Record Disclosure

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Mogab & Hughes Attorneys represent victims of wrongful disclosure of HIV medical records and health information per HIPAA.  If you have been the victim of wrongful medical record or health information disclosure, and would like to discuss a possible case, please contact us.  The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has moved to strengthen the Privacy and Security protection for health information established under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The Omnibus rule greatly enhances a patient’s privacy protections, provides individual’s rights to their health information, strengthens the government’s ability to enforce the law, and thus provides the public with increased protection and control of personal health information.

Please contact us at 314-241-4477 if you have been a victim of wrongful HIV medical record or health information disclosure.

 

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