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Hospitals won't be able to access HIPAA data bank

Hospitals won't be able to access HIPAA data bank

Hospital Peer Review 25(1): 1-4

The new Healthcare Integrity and Protection Data Bank, designed to complement the 10-year-old National Practitioner Data Bank, offers a wealth of information on final adverse actions taken against health care providers. The catch? By law, hospitals are barred from accessing the data bank.

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