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I'm sure if you review your insurance policy
in detail, you'll see that you've consented to your insurance company discussing your medical records, etc., with your doctor. So, it would not be unlawful for your insurance company to contact your doctor about the pills. However, it may be a HIPAA violation for your insurance company to contact the wrong
doctor and release medical information about you to that doctor. However, HIPAA does not provide for a private right of action. This means that you cannot win a lawsuit against the insurance company for a HIPAA violation. Instead, you can file a complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services for HIPAA violations. They will investigate, and then there could be fines, etc. You can file the complaint by CLICKING HERE
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