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uses and disclosures of protected health information subject to an agreed upon restriction

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uses and disclosures of de-identified protected health information

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uses and disclosures consistent with notice

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A licensee who fails or refuses to comply with a request for the medical records of a patient within 15 days of receiving the request and authorization shall pay to the board a civil penalty. A health care facility shall comply with a request for the medical records of a patient to the board; failure to provide the authorizing patient's medical records to the board subjects the health care facility to a civil penalty. Failure by a licensee or health care facility to comply with a court order to release patient records to the board also results in a civil penalty.

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If the patient (or the patient's spouse or legal guardian) refuses to consent to the patient's transfer, the noncontracting hospital shall provide written notice indicating that the patient will be financially responsible for any further poststabilization care provided by the hospital. The hospital shall give one copy of the written notice to the patient (or the patient's spouse or legal guardian) for signature and may retain a copy in the patient's medical record. The hospital shall obtain signed acceptance of the written notice and any other documents the hospital requires for any further poststabilization care, from the patient or the patient's spouse or legal guardian. If the patient (or the patient's spouse or legal guardian) refuses to sign the notice, the noncontracting hospital shall document in the patient's medical record that the notice was provided and signature was refused.

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A covered entity may not use or disclose protected health information; exceptions.

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A covered entity may not use or disclose protected health information; exceptions (disclosure to the individual).

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A covered entity must provide individuals with their own health information upon request

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A covered entity must provide HHS with health information for purposes of enforcing HIPAA

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Minimum necessary - covered entity must make reasonable efforts to limit the use/disclosure of protected health information to the minimum necessary to accomplish the intended purpose of the use, disclosure, or request; exceptions.

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