[The parties may add additional features with respect to the counterparty`s obligations to notify an infringement, such as, for example. B, a stricter period for the counterparty to report a possible violation to the entity concerned, and/or whether the counterparty will deal with injury notifications to individuals, the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and possibly the media on behalf of the company concerned.] The most comprehensive source of information about HIPAA is the HHS website. However, since HHS cannot cover all possible relationships between a covered company and a counterparty, some of this information may be difficult to track and interpretable. For specific advice on specific circumstances, it is recommended to ask for professional hipaa compliance assistance. What is a business associate? “counterparty”: a person or organization that performs certain functions or activities that involve the use or disclosure of protected health information on behalf of a covered company or that provide services to a covered business; An insured company staff member is not a business partner. A covered health care provider, health plan or health care clearinghouse may be a counterpart to another insured company. The data protection rule lists some of the functions or activities and related services that make an individual or organization a business partner when the activity or service involves the use or disclosure of protected health information. The types of functions or activities that can make an individual or organization a counterpart include payment or health transactions, as well as other functions or activities governed by administrative simplification rules. (a) counterparties. “counterparty” generally has the same meaning as the term “counterpart” for 45 CFR 160.103 and means, with respect to the party in this agreement, the party to the agreement [insert the name of the consideration].
(g) [optional] Counterparties may provide data aggregation services related to the health activities of the covered company. The counterparty agreement guarantees the use of a retention chain for PIS. A seller of a business covered by HIPAA must enter into a contract with the covered company and a subcontractor used by a counterparty is also required to enter into a contract of this type. A subcontractor is a consideration for consideration and is not covered by the ba/covered enterprise contract. A separate contract must be signed before access to PHI is granted.