Posted on April 8, 2021 in
Written by: David B. Honig
[Option 2 – Reference to an underlying service agreement, z.B.” “as necessary to provide the services defined in the service agreement.”] In addition, a covered company may want to include other data protection policy provisions that are not prescribed by the data protection rule. For example, a covered entity may include provisions in a counterparty contract so that the covered entity can rely on the counterparty to assist the covered entity in fulfilling its obligations under the data protection rule. In addition, there may be uses or disclosures authorized by a counterparty that are not specifically mentioned in these rule examples, z.B. when a counterparty creates a limited data set. These and other types of questions must be developed between the parties. (h) to the extent that the counterparty must meet one or more obligations of the insured business in accordance with Part E of 45 CFR Part 164, the Part E requirements that apply to the entity covered in the performance of those obligations; and (d) counterparties may not use or disclose protected health information in a manner that would be contrary to subsection E of 45 CFR Part 164 if done by an insured agency [where the agreement allows the counterparty to use or disclose protected health information for its own management and management and legal responsibilities or for data aggregation services , in accordance with the optional provisions.( , (f) or (g) below, add,” with the exception of the specific uses and indications below. In the latest changes to the data protection rule issued by the Department of Health and Human Services on August 14, 2002, there is a federal registry vol. 67, number 157, pages (53264-53266) HHS, which provides a standard contractual language to business partners. HHS stressed that the language of example is only proposed as a language. The standard language is designed to be adapted to the trade agreement between the covered entity and the counterparty and integrated into a contract drawn up by the parties. A medical practice may include in a matching contract provisions relating to data protection issues, but which are not prescribed by the data protection rule. For example, the medical practice may include provisions in a matching contract so that the doctor`s office can count on the assistance of the counterparty of the doctor`s office to fulfill its obligations under the data protection rule.