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Under 45 CFR 164.502, A covered entity or business associate may not use or disclose protected health information, except as permitted or required by this subpart or by subpart C of part 160 of this subchapter PHI is defined in 45 CFR 160.103: Protected health information means individually identifiable health information: (1) Except as ...


Yes If the health care provider has them then they have a record of them so they were recorded by the HCP.


The rule prohibits public disclosure of protected health information which is individually identifiable health information that is stored, and individually identifiable health information is health information that is identifiably about a specific individual. The term health information means any information, including genetic information, whether oral ...

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