Hospital That Disclosed Health Data to Foundation Wins Appeal

Christopher Brown reports:

A hospital’s disclosure of patient health information to its charitable foundation didn’t violate the Minnesota Health Records Act, a state appellate court ruled.

The MHRA permits disclosures of a patient’s health records without the patient’s consent when the disclosure is authorized in federal regulations, the Minnesota Court of Appeals said.

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