Patient Access Playbook: Information blocking
The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act) was signed into law on Dec. 13, 2016. Included within the law are provisions related to “information blocking.”
April 23, 2021: Advocacy Update other news
New information blocking CME available and more in the latest other news in Advocacy Update.
New information-blocking rules: What doctors should know
The federal regulation that took effect this month applies to physicians too. Learn with the AMA about how to comply with information-blocking rules.
How doctors can adjust to new reality—opening notes to patients
Learn more with the AMA about how physicians can comply with new federal information-blocking rule by effectively sharing notes with patients.
7 essentials to getting mHealth data into flow of patient care
Learn what mHealth developers should do so that physicians and their patients can use glitch-free apps and share information in a meaningful way.
Patient Access Playbook: Legal requirements
Federal medical privacy law, commonly known as HIPAA, provides a patient the right to obtain an electronic copy of their medical record in the patient’s preferred form and format.
Patient Access Playbook: The world of apps
What are your rights and responsibilities when patients use apps for their EHRs?
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