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Powers , Pyles , Sutter & Verville , P.C.

HQ Phone: (202) 466-6550

Email: j***@***.com

Powers , Pyles , Sutter & Verville , P.C.

1501 M Street NW 7Th Floor

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20006

United States

Company Description

At Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville, attorneys work closely with other professionals and support personnel in project teams that focus on delivering superior legal advice and client service by the most efficient means possible. We strive to hire and retain ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Health Lawyer and Medical Privacy Expert
Verville Florist

Affiliations

Lawyer and Member of the Board of Directors
American Academy of Home Care Physicians

Co-Founder
Cvent Inc

Board Member
National Association for Home Care

Education

B.A.

University of Virginia

J.D.

LL.B.

University of Tennessee

law degree

University of Tennessee

undergraduate degree

University of Virginia

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Moreover, the technology is outpacing security and creating unprecedented liability risks, said James C Pyles, principal, Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville. According to Pyles, with fewer resources, cloud computing is an attractive option for healthcare providers, especially with the rise of HIEs.


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Join Jim Pyles and Deborah Johnson Pyles for an in depth look at the program and learn how to get involved.

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Under the HHS proposal, "anybody throughout the system can get access" to patient substance abuse treatment records, said Jim Pyles, a principal at Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville who is an expert on patient privacy and has represented the American Psychoanalytic Association on this issue. "When the patient is at their most vulnerable time, it gets them to sign ... this very general consent form."

Patients can't rely on health care systems to keep their information private, Pyles said, noting that in the past six years, more than 150 million Americans have been involved in health data breaches, according to an analysis of HHS data released by Melamedia, a health care research company.


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And while HIPAA fines from the federal government can range up to $1 million annually for an organization that has a breach, lawsuit settlements involving patients affected by those violations "are in the $20 million range," said Jim Pyles, an attorney and principal of law firm Power Pyles Sutter & Versville, during the teleconference.


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"Electronic technology is a game changer, legally, because the damage that can be done to someone is perpetual and the damages that can be awarded are incalculable," said James Pyles, co-founder and principal of the law firm of Powers, Pyles, Sutter, & Verville.

Much of the debate centered on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and its ability to provide protection.
Pyles said HIPAA only provides a bare minimum of privacy, not a template for best practices.
Members of the panel reminded the some 300 attendees of the conference that when HIPAA was written, it was done to help physicians get reimbursement, not necessarily to keep patients' privacy.
"One would think, if you were approaching healthcare privacy policy, the very first thing, the very top priority would be to ask what do the patients want?," Pyles said.
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Even deidentified data poses concerns for many people, Pyles said. "Some people believe you can reidentify anything. Others think we should be more permissible with it," he said. The litmus should be this: if a policy makes people more reticent to share even their deidentifed data, then there is not enough protection there.
Privacy rights encourage disclosure, he added.

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