Monday, January 15 | Cause Connected, Thought Leadership, Legislative/Policy

People With Addiction Issues Should Be Able to Control Their Own Health Data

By Netsmart

In case you missed it, our own Executive Vice President Kevin Scalia and The Kennedy Forum Founder Patrick J. Kennedy were featured in The Hill over the weekend. Together, they collaborate on why it is important and fair to give individuals with a history of substance use equal control over their health information as those with other conditions.

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