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Urban Legends & the HIPAA Risk Analysis

Strange as it might seem, HIPAA compliance and the New York City sewer system share a connection. Both have given rise to “stories with little or no supporting evidence that spread spontaneously in varying forms and often have elements of humor, moralizing, or horror” — in other words, both contain  the stuff of “urban legends.” In the case of New York City, urban legend says that large alligators prowl its sewer system, flushed there by New Yorkers returning from Florida vacations with live, little “lizards,” souvenirs they soon tired of. In the case of HIPAA, legend has it that the […]

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