Beyond the HIPAA Privacy Rule: Enhancing Privacy, Improving Health Through Research. Committee Charge. To investigate the effects of the HIPAA Privacy Rule on health research: Examining a range of research types (e.g. clinical trials, epidemiology, data repositories, public health research…)
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Beyond the HIPAA Privacy Rule:Enhancing Privacy, Improving Health Through Research
PI: Roberta Ness, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh
JAMA, November 14, 2007—Vol 298, No. 18
Surveys of Researchers and IRB Administrators
PIs: Ed Wagner, MD, MPH and Sarah Greene, MPH
Group Health Center for Health Studies
David Helms, PhD, AcademyHealth
ASCO Structured Interviews and AAHC Focus Groups
The Privacy Rule, as interpreted by covered entities, has:
1) Privacy protections and health research both benefit individuals and society as a whole, so we should strive to support both to the extent possible.
2) The HIPAA Privacy Rule does not protect privacy as well as it should.
3) As currently implemented, the HIPAA Privacy Rule impedes important health research.
Revise the HIPAA Privacy Rule and associated guidance.
Mary Beth Joublanc, JD
Arizona Government Technology Agency
Bernard Lo, MD
University of California, San Francisco
Andrew F. Nelson, MPH
HealthPartners Research Foundation
Marc Rotenberg, JD
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Wendy Visscher, Ph.D.
Research Triangle Institute
Fred Wright, MD
VA Connecticut Healthcare System
Clyde W. Yancy, MD
Baylor University Medical Center
Roger Herdman, MD Director, Board on Health Care Services
Andrew Pope, PhD Director, Board on Health Sciences Policy
Lawrence O. Gostin, JD (Chair)
Georgetown University Law Center
Paul S. Appelbaum, MD
Columbia University Medical Center
Elizabeth Beattie, Ph.D.
The Queensland University of Technology
Marc Boutin, JD
National Health Council
Thomas W. Croghan, MD
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
Stanley W. Crosley, Esq.
Eli Lilly and Company
Sandra Horning, MD
Stanford University School of Medicine
James S. Jackson, Ph.D.
University of Michigan
Sharyl Nass, PhD Study Director
Laura Levit, JD Associate Program Officer
National Institutes of HealthNational Cancer Institute Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
American Cancer SocietyAmerican Heart Assn. American Society for Clinical Oncology
Burroughs Wellcome FundC-Change
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