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Which one of the following factors would be considered de-identified information?
A. Patient name: Charles Logan
B. Patient policy number: 65388296531
C. Social Security Number: 555-55-5555
D. Patient condition: improved breathing with new medication

I've chose D but not sure.

De-identified information (that is, information
stripped of data that may identify an
individual)

  • Health -

    You're right. All of the other answers definitely identify the patient.

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    Thanks Ms. Sue!

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    You're welcome, Amanda.

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