A final rule being published Feb. 6 and available now gives patients or their designated representatives the right to receive copies of medical test results from laboratories operating under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988.
The final rule, from three units of the Department of Health and Human Services, also amends the HIPAA privacy rule by removing exemptions that labs have had to not directly give results to patients or representatives other than an authorized physician.
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