Criticism continues to pour in for HIPAA disclosure proposal

08/3/2011 | Modern Healthcare (subscription required)

The Association of American Medical Colleges and the Federation of American Hospitals have asked the HHS Office for Civil Rights to withdraw the proposed HIPAA rule that would give patients access to data disclosure reports upon request, echoing earlier concerns raised by other industry groups. The FAH called the proposal "undesirable, costly and administratively burdensome."

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