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A Verbal Or Written Agreement That Gives Approval To Some Action

08 Sep A Verbal Or Written Agreement That Gives Approval To Some Action

In scenario 1, the EHR Incentive program person is aware and requests targeted access to their PHI through the functionality of the Certified EHR technology. For example, in exercising their right of access, in accordance with HIPAA`s privacy policy, an individual could request a copy of their CCDS information through the vendor`s certified EHR technology portal or be sent by the EHR Technology Certification to the person`s direct address (an email address for a secure exchange of health information using the Direct Technical Standard). If the vendor uses EHR-certified technology, the HIPAA data protection rule requires the vendor to respond to that request from the individual because the requested form and format are “easily produceable” with the vendor`s certified EHR technology. At the same time, the provider should be able to count that access by the individual for the purpose of achieving its objectives under the EHR-Incentive programme, provided that access has been provided within the time limits required by the EHR-Incentive programme. Since the data protection rule provides for up to 30 days to respond to an access request, compliance with the more timely deadlines of the EHR incentive programme is clearly in line with the deadlines provided for in the data protection rule. In a valid contract, one party makes an offer and the other party agrees. This is usually referred to as a “meeting of minds,” with both parties agreeing to these terms. In our example, the aunt offers to borrow money from her nephew, provided he returns it within a reasonable time. The nephew accepts their offer and promises to reimburse it in full after the purchase of his new tire. In each of these three examples, the covered entity is able to transfer the IHP in the manner requested, which would not pose an unacceptable risk to the security of the IHP in the systems of the covered enterprise.

Thus, after receiving the patient`s written request, the covered organization has a period of 30 days (or 60 days if an extension is applicable) to send the IHP to the designated recipient, as indicated by the person. However, in most cases, the use of technology should allow the covered company to meet the person`s request in well under 30 days. In addition, the same limited grounds for denial of access apply when the person receives the IHP directly in cases where the person requires that the IHP be made available to a designated third party. See 45 CFR 164.524 (a) (2) and (a) (3).

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