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Accounting for Disclosures (what happens to purged records?)

  Now that Bob Gellman has decided that discussions about who is the most 
  venal should be ended, perhaps I can ask a question about an something 
  else, the last topic discussed last Friday at the AHIMA meeting.  This 
  concerns the "accounting for disclosures" section of S. 1360 (Sec. 112).  
  I would appreciate persons such Deirdre or others who worked on the bill 
  if they could expand somewhat on three points.
  1.     Why do we have a requirement that trustee's keep records of
  2.     Should trustees be allowed (or encouraged) to purge records?
  3.     If records are purged, what happens to the record of the 
  James Love, love@tap.org
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