Contact an Experienced Maryland HIPAA Lawyer to Create Your HIPAA Release Authorization
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protects patients’ medical records. However, it can make it difficult for loved ones to access protected health information.
- Keeping your medical records secure is vital, but current HIPPA regulations make it difficult for healthcare providers to share that information with their loved ones.
- Whether you need a freestanding HIPAA release or to incorporate it into an estate plan, we can create a specific HIPAA release tailored to your needs.
- Our experienced HIPAA attorneys are available to discuss the benefits of HIPAA release and answer any questions.
If you need a HIPAA release, an experienced Maryland HIPAA lawyer at Jimeno & Gray is available to speak with you. You can reach us by phone, online, or at our Glen Burnie offices. Click here to schedule an intake call.
A Maryland HIPAA release lawyer at Jimeno & Grey will guide you.
HIPAA releases can be complex if you haven’t dealt with one before. Our lawyers can help you navigate your unique HIPAA situation, including:
No HIPAA Release
If you do not have a valid HIPAA release authorization form, your loved ones will not be able to speak with your healthcare providers about your treatment or billing.
A HIPAA release authorization form lets people you identify speak with your healthcare providers about your healthcare operations, treatments, diagnosis, medications, and insurance.
HIPAA & Estate Plan
Incorporating your HIPAA release authorization form into an estate plan is very important in order to permit the person(s) making your health care decisions to have full access to your medical records and medical providers. Just because your spouse, child, or health care power of attorney can make medical decisions on your behalf does not automatically mean they have full access to your records. A properly executed HIPAA release ensures your health care decision makers have all necessary information to make an informed decision on your behalf.
Our experienced Maryland HIPAA attorneys are here to guide you through this process.
Providing access to your protected health information, including medical records, to others can come with caveats and complexities. Our experienced lawyers can tailor your HIPAA release to fit your desires.
Our experienced HIPAA release lawyers will provide the information you need
You must understand the exact rights in your HIPAA release authorization form, but we are here to help. To get started:
- Schedule a Call: Speak directly with a Jimeno & Gray HIPAA release lawyer to understand your options.
- Develop a Plan: After your consultation, our lawyers will craft your HIPAA release authorization form consistent with your decisions.
- Get Resolution: Whether your HIPAA release authorization form is part of your estate plan or freestanding, you will have the security of knowing that your wishes are recorded.
Contact an experienced HIPAA release lawyer in Glen Burnie, Maryland
Federal law prohibits healthcare providers from releasing patients’ protected health information without written release. While this law protects the privacy of your medical records, it can cause difficulties if you do not execute a document before becoming incapacitated.
A pre-executed HIPAA release authorization form avoids this issue by authorizing the named individuals to access your information. Generally, this may include the following:
- Loved ones
- Business associates
- Legal representation
- Other designated individuals
Contact an experienced Maryland HIPAA release lawyer at Jimeno & Gray today. You can reach us by phone, online, or at our Glen Burnie offices.
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