|Violation of my privacy by my health insurance company
Aug 17, 2004
I was the person who asked about violation of privacy by my health insurance company on Aug. 14. <i>[Editor's Note: <a href="http://www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/Workplace/Current/Q158962.html">Click here</a> to read this person's previous question.]</i> They have admitted their mistake and I wonder what my options are.
Response from Ms. Breuer
You are in a strong position to prevent this from happening to others. I would ask THEM what they're willing to do to avoid legal action on your part. You could see this as an opportunity for a personal bonanza. Better yet, you could demand an internal policy change that would prevent this from happening again and a generous contribution to your local AIDS service center. How much positive impact are you willing to have?
Career in workplace consulting
I don't know what to do!
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