Protected Health Information
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SBIRT in Title X Agencies: Virtual Meeting: Protected Health Information
Family Planning providers have been sensitive to issues of protected health information for many years and adhere to Federal HIPAA regulations. As family planning providers expand their scope of services to include screening, referral and/or treatment-related to substance use disorder, it will be important to understand how a patient's medical and treatment history must be documented, protected and maintained. This presentation by the Legal Action Center will address Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Part 2: Confidentiality of Substance Use Disorder Patient Records.
As a result of this presentation, participants will be able to identify how to properly document and maintain confidential substance use disorder patient records in compliance with Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR 42) Part 2
Introduce HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2
Clarify when Part 2 does and does not apply to SBIRT
Understand how Part 2 permits disclosures with patient consent
Sally is the Vice President of Legal Advocacy at the Legal Action Center, a non-profit law and policy organization that fights discrimination against and protects the privacy rights of individuals with criminal justice histories, substance use disorders, and HIV/AIDS. Ms. Friedman is a national expert on the laws protecting the confidentiality of substance use disorder records. She has advised and trained thousands of health care providers, attorneys, and government agencies about confidentiality, authored numerous publications, and created online and video-based courses.
Christine is the Health Privacy Associate for the COE-PHI, and a Health Policy Attorney at the Legal Action Center, where she participates in all aspects of their substance use disorder and HIV confidentiality education and policy work as well as providing legal counsel, training and technical assistance to providers, government agencies and individuals on the various health privacy laws, including HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2.