Private practice

November 2013
Employee Benefit News;Nov2013, Vol. 27 Issue 14, p28
The article discusses the model Notices of Privacy Practices (NPPs) for use by health care providers and health plans in the U.S. It reports on the regulatory changes reflected in the model NPPs under the omnibus rule. It is reported that NPP provides a foundation for covered entities to comply with the new requirements. It also discusses guidance accompanying the model NPPs.


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