AMA Wants to Prohibit Use of SSNs

To fight identity theft, the American Medical Association wants stronger protections from the federal government for Social Security numbers and income tax-related identifiers.

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Prohibit? So when your patient is standing there and you want to confirm identity based on a factor in addition to name, DOB, and address you are prohibited from using SSN?
Posted by James K | Friday, June 13 2014 at 9:58AM ET
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