The Department of Health and Human Services is waiving HIPAA sanctions and penalties in the wake of the disruption caused in Texas by Hurricane Harvey.

Tom Price, head of HHS, had previously declared a public health emergency in Texas and Louisiana, and the agency has released guidance that the HHS secretary also is waiving sanctions and penalties against providers that do not comply with certain provisions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule.

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