While rules neither change or amend HIPAA, nor create any new independent rights to access PHI, they do overlay the existing HIPAA framework. As a result, if there is interference with the access to PHI of a party that is legally authorized to receive, it may be considered information blocking.
Sean Sullivan and Elinor Hiller discuss the interplay between HIPAA, interoperability, and the new Information Blocking provisions.
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