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Tenn. Code Ann. § 56-32-125 - Confidentiality of Information for HMO Enrollees or Applicants

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Any information regarding treatment, diagnosis or health of an HMO enrollee or applicant must remain confidential and may not be disclosed by the HMO to any other person except in the following circumstances:

  1. To the extent necessary to carry out the duties set forth in law;
  2. If the enrollee or applicant explicitly consents;
  3. For litigation purposes between the enrollee or applicant and the HMO;
  4. When the data is required to be disclosed by law.

Current as of June 2015