The HHS Office for Civil Rights recently issued extensive guidance for providers, insurers and patients on rules under the HIPAA law to enable patients to get paper or electronic copies of their medical records.
The guidance is long overdue; patients have had this right for a decade or longer, and many still face obstacles in getting their records. But how useful will the guidance actually be? And with little federal enforcement over the years, will compliance improve?
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