Usc Business Associate Agreement

i. Full agreement. This counterparty agreement consists of this document and constitutes the whole agreement between the parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement. There are no agreements or agreements relating to this agreement that are not fully expressed in this agreement, and no modification, dispensation or performance of the obligations under this Agreement is valid unless the contracting party against which such an amendment, exemption or discharge must be applied is written and executed. h. underlying service agreement. « basic agreement, » the agreement between the parties, which determines the volume of services that the company in question has ordered on behalf of the insured entity. Paragraph 164.504 (1) (1) (1) of Title 45, the code of the Federal Regulation, applies to a consideration referred to in paragraph (a) with respect to compliance with this subsection, in the same way as this sub-party, to a covered company with respect to compliance with the standards set out in points 164.502 (e) and 164,504 e) of this title, except that, in the context of the application of this section 164.504 (e) (1) (ii), any reference to the consideration of a contract is considered to be a reference to the entity concerned participating in this contract. a. Declared ends. Business Associate has the right to use and/or disclose PHI to the extent necessary to perform the services covered in the underlying service agreement between the parties (the « declared purposes ») and, if not, it is prohibited to use or disclose PPHs provided or made available by the insured organization for purposes other than those expressly authorized or necessary by that agreement.

d. Subcontractors. In agreement with 45 C.F.R. 164.502 (e) (1) (ii) and 164.308 (b) (2), Business Associate undertakes to enter into written agreements with subcontractors who establish, receive, maintain or transmit POs on behalf of the counterparty, and the terms of these agreements must include restrictions, conditions and requirements applicable to counterparties with respect to the information covered. Severability. If a provision of this Agreement or other Agreement, a document or other handwriting is found to be invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part, in accordance with or in connection with the agreement; The rest of this agreement is not affected. G. Protected health information. « Protected health information » or « PHI » as used in this contract is individually identifiable health information (subject to the definition in point 45 C.R. 160.103) that Business Associate creates, receives, administers or transmits on behalf of the insured unit.

This agreement is intended to meet the requirements for business association agreements in accordance with HIPAA rules and must be interpreted as meeting these requirements a. This agreement may be denounced by any contracting party in accordance with this agreement or by the insured unit, after a written period of forty-five (45) days. a. Change. This agreement can only be amended by a reciprocal written agreement between Covered Entity and Business Associate. In the case of a counterparty to a covered business, protected health information pursuant to a written contract (or other written agreement) pursuant to Section 164.502 (e) (e) (e) Of Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations, received or created by that unit, the counterparty may only use and disclose this protected health information if such use or disclosure complies with any applicable requirement of Section 164.504 (e) of that title.