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Sub regulatory Guidance Overview

Guidance for the National Standards Group (NSG) sub regulatory guidance overview.

Final

Issued by: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

Issue Date: August 10, 2020

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Subregulatory Guidance Overview

The National Standards Group (NSG) Subregulatory Guidance is a line of tools designed to help HIPAA covered entities, their partners, and the health care community comply with statutory and regulatory requirements for standards for electronic health care transactions and operating rules. These tools are identified as “Go-to” documents, and there are three different types of documents: Go-to-Guidance, Go-to-Info, and Go-to-Answers. Each type is described below.

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