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Carter P. (2014), HIPAA Compliance Handbook, Gaithersburg  –  Alphen.


Chatterjee S. (2013), Strengthening of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) – its Role in Public Health, in Journal of Theory and Practice of Dental Public Health, 1, 1.


Chen C., Garrido T., Chock D., Okawa G., Liang L. (2009), The Kaiser Permanente Electronic Health Record: Transforming And Streamlining Modalities Of Care, in Health Affairs, 28, 2, 323.


Cortez N. (2013), The Mobile Health Revolution?, in UC Davis Law Review, Vol. 47, 2104.


Etzioni A. (1999), The limits of privacy, New York.


Flier L. A. (2012), Health information technology in the era of care delivery reform. to what end?, in JAMA, 307, 24, 2593.


Gustafson D. H., Hawkins R., Boberg E., Pingree S., Serlin R.E., Graziano F., Chan C.L. (1999), Impact of a patient centered, computer based health information/support system, in American journal of preventive medicine, 16, 1.

Hassol A., Walker J.M., Kidder D., Rokita K., Young D., Pierdon S., Deitz D., Kuck S., Ortiz E. (2004), Patient Experiences and Attitudes about Access to a Patient Electronic Health Care Record and Linked Web Messaging, in J. Am. Med. Inform. Assoc., 11, 6, 505.


Helm A.M., Georgatos D. (2014), Privacy and MHealth: how mobile health “apps” fits into a privacy framework not limited ti HIPAA, in Syracuse L. Rev., 64, 131.


Hoffman S., Podgurski A. (2008), Finding a Cure: The Case for Regulation and Oversight of Electronic Health Record Systems, in Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, 22, 1.


Hood L., Flores M. (2012), A personal view on systems medicine and the emergence of proactive P4 medicine: predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory, in New Biotechnology, 29, 6, 613.


Hood L., Friend S.H. (2011), Predictive, personalized, preventive, participatory (P4) cancer medicine, in Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology, 8, 3, 184.


Roth V. J. (2014), The mhealth Conundrum: Smartphones and Mobile Medical Apps – How Much FDA Medical Device Regulation is Required?, in N. C. J.L. & Tech., 15, 359.


Yang Y. T., Silverman R.D. (2014), Mobile Health Applications: The Patchwork Of Legal And Liability Issues Suggests Strategies To Improve Oversight, in Health Affairs, 33, no.2, 222.