Business Associate Agreement Sample

(f) [Optional] The counterparty may disclose protected health information for the proper management and management of the counterparty or to fulfil the counterparty`s legal obligations, provided that the disclosures are required by law or that the counterparty receives reasonable assurances from the person to whom the information is disclosed that the information remains confidential and that it is only used at that time or remain open shall be disclosed to the person for the purposes for which it was used and the person shall inform the counterparty of all cases of which he is aware and in which the confidentiality of the information has been breached. 5.3 Effect of Termination. Unless otherwise specified, the parties agree that at the end of this AA, the counterparty will return to the covered entity for any reason or, if approved by the covered entity, destroy all PHI received from the covered entity or created, maintained or received by a counterparty on behalf of the covered entity. In the event that the counterparty reasonably believes that it is not possible to return or destroy the IHP, the counterparty will inform the covered entity of the conditions that do not allow the return or destruction. By mutual agreement between the parties, the counterparty may retain the IHP and will continue to extend all safeguards, restrictions and restrictions contained in this AA to the counterparty`s use and/or disclosure of PHI, for as long as the counterparty manages such PHI. . . .

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