The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives is calling on the HHS Office for Civil Rights to tone down its requirements on the information that should be available to consumers in access reports under a final rule to account for disclosures of protected health information.

OCR's proposed rule includes a new right to a consolidated access report, which goes beyond the HIPAA privacy rule's requirement for a designated record set, or DRS, the association of health CIOs and other information technology leaders says. Further, the information required in a DRS is not standardized, and it is not yet technically feasible to pull the data necessary for a consolidated report from many information systems, according to CHIME.

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