Managing Privacy Risks in Your Commercial Practices Advice from Two Pharma Attorneys
Even though the privacy regulations under HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) do not directly apply to pharmaceutical companies, HIPAA may have heightened health privacy sensitivities among consumers and health professionals. Pharma sales reps, for example, have been denied access to physicians rightly or wrongly because of HIPAA.
Learn what practical advice two attorneys at pharmaceutical companies have for their colleagues wishing to manage privacy risks.
Read this article now. It’s FREE…
Issue: Vol. 2, No. 10: December 2003
Word Count: n/aFind other articles in related Topic Areas: