The Senate has passed legislation exempting health care providers, attorneys and certain other service providers from provisions of the Red Flags Rule to combat identity theft, HealthcareInfoSecurity.com reports.
The rule requires businesses to take specific steps to minimize identity theft. The compliance date for the rule has been extended several times times as various industries contest their inclusion, and several medical associations previously filed a lawsuit to prevent the Federal Trade Commission from extending the rule to physicians.
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