April 2024

Artificial Intelligence and Health Privacy

Loyola Law Review
Shannon Britton Hartsfield

Healthcare privacy attorney Shannon B. Hartsfield authored an article discussing the risk of using artificial intelligence (AI) in the health industry for Loyola Law Review. While the developing technology offers benefits in creating a more efficient healthcare delivery system, Ms. Hartsfield notes the importance of complying with privacy regulations under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to keep patient information safe. She highlights the Federal Trade Commission's guidance, urging developers to prioritize privacy and security when using data, which may require creative solutions.

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