Tag Archives: Right of Access

HIPAA Enforcement in 2022: The Year of the Dentist

Written in collaboration with Melissa Chaplik, JD Candidate 2024 Dentists take note:  HIPAA most likely applies to your practice (and it has for the last 20 years).[i]  Doing things like blasting a patient in response to a negative review on-line, using patient data for a political campaign, and ignoring correspondence from regulators is bad (i.e., […]

OCR Strikes Again: Another HIPAA Right of Access Settlement

On December 15, 2022, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced its 17th HIPAA Right of Access settlement of the year.  Overall, OCR has settled or assessed a penalty in a Right of Access enforcement matter 42 times since it began its Right of Access enforcement initiative in 2019. […]

And the HIPAA Right of Access Enforcement Saga Continues…

OCR continues with vigorous enforcement of HIPAA’s Right of Access rules in 2021. In the first three months of the year, OCR announced five Right of Access settlements. The story is nearly identical in each – a patient requests records and a provider fails to timely provide access. Compliance with the Right of Access rules is relatively simple and one of the best ways to avoid unwanted attention from OCR.

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