[Histonet] comment and question about old blocks
About the rude and vulgar Histonet subscriber that can't figure out how to
unsubscribe, I take some comfort in thinking that someday, a prospective
employer will Google that guy, and hopefully will get all of the "colorful"
remarks on the histonet to use in his or her decision-making process.
Now, on to business: Is there any reason that old (pre-hippa, stuff that
is past the CAP requirement for saving blocks) couldn't be given, traded or
sold at a small fee (just enough to recover costs) to a research entity?
They would not have identification, only a very broad, general diagnosis
(from the ancient card file).
What does everyone think? Has anyone actually consulted their legal
department about this type of issue?
Brown & Associates Medical Laboratories
8076 El Rio
Houston, Texas 77054
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