Security rules under stimulus law to spur changes at provider firms

02/23/2009 | Health Data Management

Executives at provider firms who handle privacy and health information management should evaluate their business-associate deals to determine whether they comply with changes in security policies under the economic-stimulus law, said Dan Rode of the American Health Information Management Association. The new requirements, which involve areas including disclosure reporting and breach notification, could result in renegotiation or termination of agreements, Rode noted.

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