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New Health Information Law Resources Offer Speed and Ease for Need-to-Know Issues

Fast Facts and Myth Busters, two new product series from Health Information & the Law, promise to deliver quick and easily digestible content on key topics related to the use and exchange of health information and the evolving landscape of health system transformation.

These resources offer insights into federal and state laws and regulations that govern health information, including implications for health care delivery, payment and beyond.  New pieces currently available at include:

This library of resources will continue to grow over time and will include Fast Facts and Myth Busters on topics such as privacy and confidentiality, health information technology, HIPAA, public health data, health insurance marketplaces, and security.   These new product series augment existing resources available on including summaries of federal and state laws and regulations governing health information as well as in-depth analyses, comparative state maps, and decision tools.


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A project of the George Washington University’s Hirsh Health Law and Policy Program, Health Information & the Law (, developed with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is designed to serve as a practical online resource to federal and state laws governing access, use, release, and publication of health information.