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Title 45Subtitle ASubchapter DPart 171


TITLE 45—Public Welfare

Subtitle A—DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER D—HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

PART 171—INFORMATION BLOCKING

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§171.100
Statutory basis and purpose.
§171.101
Applicability.
§171.102
Definitions.
§171.103
Information blocking.
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Subpart B—EXCEPTIONS THAT INVOLVE NOT FULFILLING REQUESTS TO ACCESS, EXCHANGE, OR USE ELECTRONIC HEALTH INFORMATION

§171.200
Availability and effect of exceptions.
§171.201
Preventing harm exception—when will an actor's practice that is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of electronic health information in order to prevent harm not be considered information blocking?
§171.202
Privacy exception—When will an actor's practice of not fulfilling a request to access, exchange, or use electronic health information in order to protect an individual's privacy not be considered information blocking?
§171.203
Security exception—When will an actor's practice that is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of electronic health information in order to protect the security of electronic health information not be considered information blocking?
§171.204
Infeasibility exception—When will an actor's practice of not fulfilling a request to access, exchange, or use electronic health information due to the infeasibility of the request not be considered information blocking?
§171.205
Health IT performance exception—When will an actor's practice that is implemented to maintain or improve health IT performance and that is likely to interfere with the access, exchange, or use of electronic health information not be considered information blocking?
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Subpart C—EXCEPTIONS THAT INVOLVE PROCEDURES FOR FULFILLING REQUESTS TO ACCESS, EXCHANGE, OR USE ELECTRONIC HEALTH INFORMATION

§171.300
Availability and effect of exceptions.
§171.301
Content and manner exception—When will an actor's practice of limiting the content of its response to or the manner in which it fulfills a request to access, exchange, or use electronic health information not be considered information blocking?
§171.302
Fees exception—When will an actor's practice of charging fees for accessing, exchanging, or using electronic health information not be considered information blocking?
§171.303
Licensing exception—When will an actor's practice to license interoperability elements in order for electronic health information to be accessed, exchanged, or used not be considered information blocking?

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