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As of this week, a new federal law protects your medical privacy. Some say HIPAA, as its called, could restrict medical care in some circumstances, and everybody agrees it will change things. Join host Neal Conan for a look at the new rules about medical information.

Guests:

NPR's Julie Rovner

Mary Grealy
*President Healthcare Leadership Council

Dr. Michael Fleming
*President-elect of the American Association of Family Physicians
*General practitioner

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