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Deborah Peel, founder and chair, Patient Privacy Rights * Robert Gardner, regulatory compliance manager, Pfizer * Jim Pyles, principal, Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville PC * Catherine Allen, chairman and CEO, The Santa Fe Group * Marsha Young, vice president, cyber security, SAIC About PHI Protection Network (PPN) PPN is an interactive network of PHI protectors and solutions providers.
Founder & Chair, Patient Privacy Rights -Joy Pritts, Chief Privacy Officer, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT -Marc Probst, Vice President, CIO, Intermountain Healthcare -Leon Rodriguez, Director, HHS Office for Civil Rights -Micky Tripathi, CEO, Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative -Sheila Walsh-McDonald, Utah Health Data Security Ombudsman -In Memoriam: Terrell Herzig, Information Security Officer, UAB Health System “Each of these top 10 Influencers makes a substantial impact,” writes HealthcareInfoSecurity Managing Editor Marianne Kolbasuk McGee.
Deborah Peel Founder Patient Privacy Rights AUSTIN, TEX.
The Patient Privacy Rights Foundation warns that "over 4 million businesses, employers, government agencies, insurance companies, billing firms, and all their business associates that may include pharmacy benefits managers and pharmaceutical companies as well as marketing firms and data miners" are entitled to see and use individuals' healthcare records.
In a letter to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, the presidents of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and Patient Privacy Rights write: "In the aggregate, the data reveals useful trends and should be available for appropriate uses.
Privacy Concerns Yet some advocates of patient privacy rights argue that regardless of whether information is being used for primary or secondary purposes, patients should have direct control over who sees their health record and how it's used.
Likewise, the new privacy toolkit of the Patient Privacy Rights organization addresses issues such as physician-patient conversations on physicians, consumer privacy rights, how to file a privacy complaint and participating in national programs to safeguard privacy.