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Civil money penalties for failure to report on medical malpractice payments and for breaching the confidentiality of informat...

[Civil money penalties for failure to report on medical malpractice payments and for breaching the confidentiality of information--HHS. Final rule.]
Federal register. 
56
(120): 
28488-28494; 
1991. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
This final rule establishes civil money penalties (CMPs) pursuant to title IV of Public Law 99-660, the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986 (HCQIA), as amended by section 402(a) of Public Law 100-177. Section 421(c) of HCQIA establishes a CMP against any entity that fails to report information that is required to be reported on medical malpractice payments. Section 427(b) of HCQIA establishes a CMP against any person that breaches the confidentiality of information which is reported or furnished pursuant to HCQIA and which the Secretary has established the National Practitioner Data Bank to collect and disseminate.
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