Why a concern with Privacy of Medical Records?5/01/2003Brief description explaining the concern with confidentiality and medical records.
Proposed Federal Medical Privacy Standards (HIPPA)5/01/2003Explanation of what the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1992 (HIPAA) mandated.
Confidentiality and Access to Medical Records - WHERE WE STANDNAMI acknowledges the dramatically changed environment of data linkage and integration and believes that national standards should be adopted for maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of individually identifiable medical records.
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NAMI Letter to The Honorable Tommy G. Thompson Regarding the Final Privacy Rule, April 8, 2001A letter from NAMI to the Secretary of Health and Human Services arguing that there be no weakening of the final privacy rule as issued by the Clinton Administration.
NAMI Submits Comments on Department of Health and Human Services Medical Records Privacy RegulationsComments regarding proposed federal standards for protecting the privacy of individually identifiable health information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
American Psychiatric AssociationStatement on legislating medical records privacy, “Principles for Medical Records Privacy Legislation.”
Bazelon Center for Mental Health LawAdvocates for the privacy rights of people with mental illness.