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On Friday, the House of Representatives passed the 21st Century Cures bill, which “contains a controversial provision calling for significant changes to the HIPAA Privacy Rule,” Gov Info Security reports. The House approved the bill by a 344 to 77 vote, the report states, noting, “Among the 309-page bill's many provisions is a proposal that the Secretary of Health and Human Services ‘revise or clarify’ the HIPAA Privacy Rule's provisions on the use and disclosure of protected health information (PHI) for research purposes.” Patient authorization would not be needed to use PHI for research “if only covered entities or business associates, as defined under HIPAA, are involved in exchanging and using the data,” the report states.
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