About Patient Privacy Rights Foundation PPR is a bipartisan, non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure patients control the collection, use, and disclosure of sensitive personal health information in electronic systems.
What does PPRF stand for?
PPRF stands for Patient Privacy Rights Foundation
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We have 5 other meanings of PPRF in our Acronym Attic
- Programme Personnalisé de Réussite Éducative (French: Custom Program for Educational Success)
- Project Pokemon ROM (Read Only Memory) Editor
- Property Plus Real Estate (Thornlie, Perth, Western Australia, Australia)
- Pulp and Paper Research and Education Center (Auburn University, AL)
- Process Program Reference
- Packet Paging Request
- Prior Permission Request Product
- Packet Paging Response
- Paramedian Pontine Reticular Formation
- Participatory Performance Review Framework (UN Environment Programme)
- Pharmaceutical Production Research Facility (Department of Chemical Engineering; University of Calgary; Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Pionus Parrots Research Foundation (est. 1999)
- Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellowship (UK)
- Power Pack Repair Facility (UK)
- Public Project Revolving Fund (New Mexico Finance Authority)
- Parallel Processing Research Group (University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
- Parallel-Plate Radial Guide
- Peak Power Ratio Generator
- Pediatric Practice Research Group (est. 1984)
- Pikes Peak Robotics Group (Colorado)
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
Deborah Peel of the Patient Privacy Rights Foundation, who advised Microsoft on privacy protections, said in a statement that individuals' "personal health information will not be data-mined, because they alone control it.