ADA comments on HIPAA Privacy Rule

by Larry Emmott on May 13, 2021

in Health Care Politics,Management,Security

From ADA News:

The ADA is asking the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights to consider the burdens changes to the HIPAA privacy rule will impose on covered providers, including dentists.

Source: ADA comments on HIPAA Privacy Rule

Some of the changes OCR is proposing include:

These proposed changes include a 15-day timeframe for responding to requests for access; a proposal to permit patients to access, copy and photograph their protected health information at the time of their appointments; and a proposed requirement that covered providers develop fee schedules for providing copies of protected health information. Covered entities with websites would be required to post such schedules on their websites.

 

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