Healthcare Privacy and HIPAA Rules

Moses & Singer's healthcare practice has long been at the forefront of medical records privacy law. As part of our healthcare practice, we advise large healthcare entities, including e-health companies, providers, insurers, hospitals and academic medical centers, as well as financial institutions. We advise these entities on state and federal privacy laws related to the transfer of identifiable health information, the provision of healthcare, research (including human subject research) and the complex privacy issues that insurers, providers and employers face with regard to sensitive information held by them.

Attorneys in Moses & Singer's healthcare practice are nationally recognized for their focus on HIPAA Privacy Rules, having written and lectured on all facets of these particular regulations. We advise and assist our clients in performing audits of their privacy practices and in the development and implementation of their HIPAA Privacy Rule compliance plans. In addition, we have drafted a complete set of HIPAA Privacy Rule-compliant policies and procedures that are used by entities across the nation. The healthcare attorneys at Moses & Singer provide assistance to clients on all elements of the federal and state privacy laws, including issues related to drafting and customizing HIPAA Privacy Rule-compliant policies and procedures; identifying a client's business associates and negotiating business associate agreements; and drafting required authorization forms.

We also counsel clients on the interaction among the HIPAA Privacy Rule and other state, federal and international laws including state privacy laws and preemption issues regarding state law versus the HIPAA Privacy Rule, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, federal law regarding the protection of human research subjects; and the European Union's Data Protection Directive and Safe Harbor provisions.

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Moses & Singer's healthcare practice has long been at the forefront of medical records privacy law. As part of our healthcare practice, we advise large healthcare entities, including e-health companies, providers, insurers, hospitals and academic medical centers, as well as financial institutions. We advise these entities on state and federal privacy laws related to the transfer of identifiable health information, the provision of healthcare, research (including human subject research) and the complex privacy issues that insurers, providers and employers face with regard to sensitive information held by them.

Attorneys in Moses & Singer's healthcare practice are nationally recognized for their focus on HIPAA Privacy Rules, having written and lectured on all facets of these particular regulations. We advise and assist our clients in performing audits of their privacy practices and in the development and implementation of their HIPAA Privacy Rule compliance plans. In addition, we have drafted a complete set of HIPAA Privacy Rule-compliant policies and procedures that are used by entities across the nation. The healthcare attorneys at Moses & Singer provide assistance to clients on all elements of the federal and state privacy laws, including issues related to drafting and customizing HIPAA Privacy Rule-compliant policies and procedures; identifying a client's business associates and negotiating business associate agreements; and drafting required authorization forms.

We also counsel clients on the interaction among the HIPAA Privacy Rule and other state, federal and international laws including state privacy laws and preemption issues regarding state law versus the HIPAA Privacy Rule, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, federal law regarding the protection of human research subjects; and the European Union's Data Protection Directive and Safe Harbor provisions.

For more information please contact us.

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.