HIPAA Resources

The Administrative Simplification provisions of HIPAA require the Secretary of the federal Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to issue regulations and adopt standards to implement the law. The federal HIPAA regulations issued by the DHHS include: Electronic Transactions and Code Sets, Privacy, Security and National Provider Identification.

The Internet offers many solutions and resources to consult when trying to conform to HIPAA's rules and regulations. This page is designed to provide you with access to helpful web sites, and to offer other solutions and resources that may be of particular interest.


HHS Office of Civil Rights Privacy Guidance Documents


The final rule adopting HIPAA standards for the security of electronic health information was published in the Federal Register on February 20, 2003. To view security information and procedures covered entities must use to assure the confidentiality of electronic protected health information visit:

State Confidentiality Law Links:

Mental Health/AODA/DD 



Long-Term Care (Family Care)


Training Resources


Last Revised: March 5, 2020