Develop a release of information policy statement (suggested length of 1–2 sentences) using either Montana

Develop a release of information policy statement (suggested length of 1–2 sentences) using either Montana Code 50-16-541 or Montana Code 50-16-542 for a policy book.

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1. Health Record Policies

Health Record Policies

You work in a health information management department for an outpatient clinic. Your manager
is revising the policy and procedural manuals for the department and is particularly
interested in confirming that policies are in compliance with state law and Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Law. Your manager asked you to review
several policies and to review state code as they apply to HIPAA Law.

Your manager left the following two policies on your desk for review: