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FAQ 2066 If an individual’s physician orders a test from a clinical laboratory that may take multiple steps or a series of tests to complete, at what point does the test report become part of the laboratory’s designated record set to which an individual h  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 2081 Do the HIPAA Rules allow health care providers to use mobile devices to access ePHI in a cloud?  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
FAQ 2095 What options do family members of an adult patient with mental illness have if they are concerned about the patient’s mental health and the patient refuses to agree to let a health care provider share information with the family?  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
Consequences for HIPAA violations don’t stop when a business closes  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
Cyber Security Guidance Material  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
Disclosures for Emergency Preparedness - A Decision Tool  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
February 2016: OCR Cyber-Awareness Monthly Update  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
Guidance for Ensuring Accessibility of Health Programs and Activities offered through Electronic Information Technology  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
HIPAA Guide for Law Enforcement  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
Annual Report to Congress on Breaches of Unsecured Protected Health Information for Calendar Years 2011 and 2012  Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Final
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