Why do federal, state, and private entities think it is important to protect the privacy and security of personal health records (PHRs)? Include at least one legal action in your response.
respectively, was collected from each enrolled patient. The collected dried blood spot (DBS) papers were placed in zipper pouch and kept in desiccator till analysis. The patients were treated with ACT (AS+SP) according to National Drug Policy on Malaria after blood collection. The study was approved from Institutional Ethics Committee, National Institute of Malaria Research (NIMR), New Delhi. HPLC analysis Baseline blood samples (day 0) collected from patients reporting no antimalarial intake prior to the study were screened for the presence of five antimalarial drugs such as CQ, SDX, PYR, QN and MQ using a modified HPLC method(Blessborn et al. 2010) . The level of partner drug (SDX) of AS+SP was also determined on day 7. Extraction of the standard drugs (CQ, QN, SDX, PYR and MQ; Sigma Aldrich, USA), blank whole blood spot (control sample) and each of the collected samples were carried out according to the protocol of Blessborn et al., 2010, with slight modification. This involved the use of multi-mode solid phase extraction column (M-M SPE, Biotage, USA) and elution of the samples by methanol:triethylamine (97:3 v/v) mixture. Eluates were dried under a gentle stream of air at 70”C and were then dissolved in 100 ”l of methanol:HCl (0.01 M) 10:90 v/v. Twenty microliter (20 ”l) of each of these standards and samples were injected into the HPLC system. HPLC was performed on a Hitachi gradient system equipped with binary pump (Model L-2100/2130) and multi wavelength UV detector (Model L-2420 UV-VIS). Analytes extracted from the M-M SPE column were analyzed using two different mobile phases (A) a>GET ANSWER