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FAQ 296 May covered entities disclose facially identifiable protected health information, such as name, address, and social security number, for public health purposes?   Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 297 Does the HIPAA Privacy Rule's public health provision permit covered entities to disclose protected health information to authorities such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH)?   Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 298 To whom may covered entities make public health disclosures regarding a product regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) when more than one person is identified on the product label?   Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 299 Is a covered entity permitted to disclose protected health information under the HIPAA Privacy Rule's public health provision when the link between an averse event and a product regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is only suspected  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 300 Does the HIPAA Privacy Rule's public health provision permit covered entities to disclose protected health information without authorization to a manufacturer of a product regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use by the manufact  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 3000 Does having a health care power of attorney (POA) allow access to the patient’s medical and mental health records under HIPAA?  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 3001 When does HIPAA allow a doctor to notify an individual’s family, friends, or caregivers that a patient has overdosed  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 3002 What constitutes a “serious and imminent” threat that would permit a health care provider to disclose PHI to prevent harm to the patient, another person, or the public without the patient’s authorization or permission?  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 3003 If an adult patient who may pose a danger to self stops coming to psychotherapy sessions and does not respond to attempts to make contact, does HIPAA permit the therapist to contact a family member  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 3004 Does HIPAA require a mental health provider to let a patient know that the provider is going to share information with others before disclosing PHI to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat?  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
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