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The American Hospital Association (AHA) says federal regulators need to "significantly alter" the access report provision in their proposed HIPAA disclosures rule, HealthLeadersMedia reports. In a letter sent to the Department of Health and Human Services, the AHA says the access report provision--which would allow patients to request a history of who has accessed and disclosed their personal health records--is "misguided and does not appropriately balance the relevant privacy interests of individuals with the burdens that will be imposed on covered entities, including hospitals."
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