Wiggin & Dana Develops HIPAA Handbook Update: Implementing the Federal Privacy Rule in a Long-Term Care Setting

February 1, 2003
Wiggin & Dana has prepared a 2003 update to the original HIPAA Handbook:  Implementing the Federal Privacy Rule in a Long-Term Care Setting, published by the American Association of Home and Services for the Aging in 2001.  The update discusses specific issues affecting long-term care providers under the Privacy Rule on such topics as continuum of care, admissions, communications with family, fundraising, marketing, clergy, medical staff, and more.  It also contains a summary of the Privacy Rule, model forms, frequently asked questions and answers and other resources.  The original Handbook and the Update are both available from the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. Or click below to access a PDF order form. For more information on Wiggin & Dana's HIPAA Practice Group click here.

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