Schaer, Garcia & Lagana Bill to Better Secure Personal Health Information Signed into Law

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Legislation Assembly Democrats Gary Schaer, Carmelo Garcia and Joseph Lagana sponsored to better secure personal health information has now been signed into law.

The new law (A-3322) requires health insurance carriers when compiling or maintaining computerized records that include personal information, to secure the information by encryption or by any other method or technology rendering it unreadable, undecipherable or otherwise unusable by an unauthorized person.

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