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HIPAA/HITECH Records Requests: Adjusting to a Recent Court Ruling

Published by Washington State Association for Justice
and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego

A recent court ruling in the US District Court for D.C. has vacated the DHHS ruling allowing third party designees to receive the reasonable low-cost provisions of the HITECH Act. However, this ruling has not changed the eligibility of an individual for low-cost records when the individual submits a letter requesting records to be sent to the individual. I will discuss methods for obtaining low-cost records for your clients and the steps an attorney can take if the health care provider or its business associate over-charge for records in response to the individual's letter.

Roger J. Leslie

Roger J. Leslie has represented plaintiffs in medical negligence and nursing home negligence cases for the past 21 years from... Read More

Originally Published
March 11, 2020

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  • HIPAA/HITECH Records Requests: Adjusting to a Recent Court Ruling
  • HIPAA/HITECH Records Requests: Adjusting to a Recent Court Ruling - Materials
  • Redacted Complaint

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Technical Requirements
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