Health providers criticize proposed patient disclosure rules

10/2/2013 | HealthCareInfoSecurity.com

Health care providers and other stakeholders told federal regulators during an online hearing Monday that proposed rules giving patients access to reports detailing all disclosures of their medical information are impractical, expensive and of little benefit to the patients. "The administrative burden would far exceed the actual demand and ultimately would divert valuable, scarce resources that could be devoted to improving patient care," said Scott Morgan, executive director and national privacy and security officer at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program.

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