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The HIPAA Privacy Rule for the first time creates national standards to protect individuals medical records and other personal health information. It gives patients more control over their health information. It sets boundaries on the use and release of health records.
HIPAA requires that you have Business Associate Agreements with business partners that you contract with to provide non-treatment services if they access, use or disclose protected health information (PHI) on your behalf. For example, accounting, billing, legal, risk management and IT services.
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