2022 Oklahoma Health Information and the Law
What’s New in 2022?
- Fee prohibition for individual access or export of electronic health information
- Individual right to access mental health and substance use treatment records and clarification of the definition of psychotherapy notes
- Alignment of guidance pertaining to individual right to access electronic health information in the form and format requested with ONC Information Blocking regulation
- Updated requirements to disclose substance use treatment records pursuant to CFR 42, Part 2
- Informed consent by surrogate decision-makers for incapacitated or pregnant patients
- Updated definition of telemedicine and requirements for mental health assessment via telemedicine
- Information blocking provisions expand to designated record set
- Revisions to the HIPAA Privacy Rule are expected in March 2023. Upon publication of the final rule, you will be able to download the supplemental updates at no additional cost
Due to recent inflation trends and the volume of legislative changes, our cost to update and maintain the Legal Manual increased over 65% this year. To continue to provide this valuable resource to our members, for the first time in nearly a decade, we have increased the price to $299 for members and $399 for non-members.
OKHIMA Members: $299
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