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There was more than the lack of an - apostrophe in the

Posted: Oct 7th, 2019 - 4:40 pm In Reply to: True, but good grief. HIPAA is such an essential word to - their career, they enforce that law SM

contractions. It had to do with the use of the word 'a' versus 'an.' The original objection to the OP's criticism of an RHIT not expressing the acronym HIPAA correctly was to get them to check their own post. It was done so subtly that it got by a lot of posters and probably the OP too. The whole thread went off the rails after that because most actually missed the point of the first few posts. Of course, an RHIT should be sure to use HIPAA when writing and know what it stands for and what it means. The original message that people can take away from this whole thing is that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.


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