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Factors for Connecticut Health Providers to Consider When Responding to “Required by Law” Requests for Disclosure of Protected Health
Protected Health Information
The New Information Blocking Rules: Preventing Harm Exception and Test Results
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The New Information Blocking Rules: What Providers Need to Know Before the April 5 Deadline
Governor Announces Connecticut Will Continue Age-Based Approach to COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility; Educators and Childcare Providers to Have Dedicated Clinics
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Health Law from the Courts: Review of 2020 Connecticut Case Law
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Happy New Year? 2021 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule is a Mixed Bag
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Attention Doctors, Dentists and Other Licensees -– 148 Thousand Plus Reasons to Renew Licenses and Permits on Time
Connecticut Poised to Continue Expanded Telehealth Services Into 2021
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HHS Issues What May Be a Short-lived Final Rule Removing Certain Sex-Based Discrimination Protections
Affordable Care Act
The COVID-19 Telehealth Boom Might Be Here to Stay, but HIPAA Flexibility Might Not
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More Money for Hospitals and Other COVID-19 Caregivers: Federal Provider Relief Fund Replenished and Disbursement Begins
Health Care Employees
HIPAA Holiday Reminder for CT Providers
Health IT Update – Reconciling HHS’ Recent Proposed Rules Concerning Electronic Health Information with Connecticut’s Information Blocking Statute
The Potential Impact of the Conscience Rule on Connecticut Health Care Providers
No Such Thing As A Free Lunch: A Compliance Warning on Lavish Entertainment and Bogus Educational Meetings
HIPAA in the Age of Ransomware
Thinking of Becoming a Concierge Practice? Some Legal Issues to Consider

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