Privacy, Health, and Race Equity in the Digital Age

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

6-23-2022

Abstract

Privacy is a basic and foundational human good meriting moral and legal protection (Allen 2011). Privacy isn’t, however, everything (Allen 2003). Other goods and values matter, too (Solove 2003; Marmor 2015). Bioethicists are rethinking privacy and confidentiality as health-related policy imperatives in light of the common good and digital life (Austin 2003).

Keywords

bioethics, HIPAA, privacy

Publication Title

The American Journal of Bioethics

DOI

https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2022.2076405

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