Privacy and Security Laws Beyond HIPAA: Protecting Consumer Information. Webinar Presented by Laura Bird January 29, 2014. Module Contents. Introduction Privacy and Security of Personally Identifiable Information under the Affordable Care Act
Privacy and Security Laws Beyond HIPAA: Protecting Consumer Information
Webinar Presented by Laura Bird
January 29, 2014
See Section 1411(g) of the Affordable Care Act.
45 C.F.R. § 155.260(g).
*These are only examples, the CMS Agreements include a long list of the types of PII a Navigator or CAC may receive.
(1) Gain access to personally identifiable information submitted to the Exchange; or
(2) Collect, use or disclose personally identifiable information gathered directly from applicants, qualified individuals, or enrollees while that individual or entity is performing the functions outlined in the agreement with the Exchange….”
1- Individual Access:
2- Openness & Transparency:
3- Individual Choice:
4- Collection, use and disclosure limitations:
5- Data quality & integrity:
Note: See slide #31 for links to these consent forms.
See 45 C.F.R. § 155.227(a)(2)-(5).
See 45 C.F.R. 155.227(b), 155.405(c)(2).