Proposed HIPAA data disclosure rule takes another beating

08/1/2011 | HealthLeaders Media

The American Health Information Management Association has expressed concerns that a proposed HIPAA rule mandating that hospitals provide patients upon request with data about who accessed their electronic health records would be time-consuming, costly and burdensome because currently available systems don't support such demand. AHIMA urged the Office for Civil Rights to come up with a pilot to evaluate the "assumptions" in the access report mandate.

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