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HIPAA for Health Care Employers

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires health care providers to comply with certain rules to ensure the privacy of health information. These rules include the Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules, as well as other Administrative Simplification Rules. In addition, health care providers that contract with third parties (which HIPAA calls "business associates") to perform functions involving health information must comply with additional HIPAA rules. Please note that health care providers that do not comply with HIPAA's rules may face significant penalties.  

In This Section

  • Privacy Rule
  • Security Rule
  • Breach Notification Rule
  • Other Administrative Simplification Rules
  • Business Associates
  • HIPAA Penalties

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