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Strength in Numbers: Supporting Quality Improvement in Early Care and Education Programs through Linking Administrative Data
This resource describes challenges in linking administrative data relating to early care and education programs and provides specific strategies to address them.
Issue Brief: Disclosure of Identifiable Information by the Veterans Health Administration for Public Health Purposes
This issue brief examines federal laws governing the release of identifiable information by the Veterans Health Administration for public health Act;ivities.
This issue brief provides an overview of the governance structure of health information with a specific focus on the laws and regulations relating to disclosure.
This online resource provides a brief overview of the importance of data use agreements and contrAct;s in obtaining and using administrative data, and it contains links to sector-specific resources and example agreements.
Medicaid Managed Care for Members with Mental Health Conditions and/or Substance Use Disorders: Strategies Used by Medicaid Managed Care Organizations to Promote Effective Information Sharing
This resource describes strategies for promote data sharing for Medicaid managed care organizations, specifically sharing physical health, mental health, and substance abuse data to provide more integrated care.
This slide deck provides an overview of legal issues associated with cloud computing and provides considerations for negotiating contrAct; terms with cloud computing providers.
This slide deck provides information on legal and policy considerations and misconceptions related to early childhood integrated data systems, including lessons learned from early childhood data systems implemented in Connecticut and North Carolina.
Consumer consent options for electronic Health Information Exchange;: policy considerations and analysis
This document reviews and evaluates the potential effects of different consent models for Health Information Exchange; providing policymakers with considerations and tradeoffs for each model.
This resource provides guidance for organizations working in alternative payment models to better obtain and use data form outside organizations, and provides brief overviews of a few relevant legal issues.
This resource explains requirements for a few of the HIPAA disclosure provisions, including whether disclosures must be logged by covered entities for accounting purposes.
This guide provides a detailed review of the federal HIPAA protections and special considerations associate with electronic health information.
This website provides information on state and federal laws pertaining to health information. It provides overviews of state and federal laws, analysis of important legal issues, and various legal resources.
This resource discusses issues associated with the integration of administrative and disease surveillance data for public health applications, including real and perceived barriers to integration.
This resource provides guidance, Resource links; training modules, and legal summaries relating to privacy and confidentiality in a variety of sectors.
This resource provides a summary of nearly 50 different federal laws relating to data protection in different sectors.
The Importance of Data Sharing to Support Integration of Substance Use Treatment in California's Medi-Cal Program
This issue brief analyzes two California case examples of data sharing to integrate physical health and substance abuse data, and describes how California used Medicaid waivers to integrate health care services.
This document describes legal and ethical for public health use of HIV data. It focuses on state laws and whether health departments can use or share HIV data for various purposes.
This resource outlines legal and policy considerations for creating an integrated data system. It provides guidance for negotiating and creating legal agreements to use data.
This toolkit contains template policies and procedures, template agreements, flow charts, and checklists designed to assist businesses and organizations in Minnesota comply with both state and federal laws.
This resource provides guidance on creating a population health business unit for an internal employee or member-based accountability program.