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BAAs, faxing, and customer surveys

Q: I recently received a customer satisfaction survey from a medical supply company. The survey was printed on a postcard, not enclosed in an envelope. The survey is generic and doesn't include information about what services or supplies were received, but it does show my name and address and the name of the company. Anyone looking at it could know, or assume, that I received medical supplies. I don't feel this is appropriate, but I'm not sure if this is a HIPAA concern.

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