HHS has proposed a new federal healthcare information privacy rule to amend the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. Reflecting changes Congress sought last year in the stimulus law, the proposed rule would give patients the right to restrict certain disclosures and ban the sale of patient data without patient consent, according to HHS.
HHS proposes changes to HIPAA privacy rule
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