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Medical Privacy Ramifications Of Hurricane Harvey – HHS Issues: Limited Waiver of HIPAA Privacy Rule Protections; and Bulletin Addressing HIPAA Rules in Emergency Situations

In response to the tragic fallout from Hurricane Harvey, an unprecedented storm that decimated the city of Houston and a large swath of the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) declared a public he… Read More
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FDA Publishes Draft Guidance on Dissemination of Patient-Specific Data – But Doesn’t Say Much About HIPAA

Last week, FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) announced the availability of a Draft Guidance on “Dissemination of Patient-Specific Information from Devices by Device Manufacturers” to clarify that “manufacturers may share… Read More
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“The Guidance Is Coming” . . . For Real! OCR Issues Guidance On Individuals’ Right to Access

In our last blog on medical privacy, we noted that HHS’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) promised that a number of HIPAA guidances were forthcoming in the next several months.  It appears that (at least so far) OCR is keeping its promise, issuing it… Read More
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