Violation?

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    Elladora has '2' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Mental Health'. From 'Iowa'; Joined Aug '11; Posts: 216; Likes: 250.

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    Why do you think it would be? Wouldn't scope of practice questions be best directed to your nurse manager, nurse educator or board of nursing rather than a coworker? Either way if the colleague or manager had a 'need to know' about the patient/situation it is not a HIPAA violation. If you asked a random stranger it could be.
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    Last edit by Elladora on Mar 22, '13 : Reason: someone wiser than me said to delete this post
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