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Question: Which of the following are true statements about limited data sets?

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  1.  A limited data set can be used or disclosed only for the purposes of research, public health or health care operations
  2.  When disclosing a limited data set, covered entities (CEs)/MTFs are required to obtain satisfactory assurances, in the form of a Data Use Agreement (DUA), signed by the recipient.
  3.  A limited data set is PHI that excludes 16 specific direct identifiers of the individual or relatives, employers or household members of the individual, as set forth in the HIPAA Privacy Rule and DoD 's implementing issuance.
  4.  All of the above.

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4. All of the above.

True statements about limited data sets are:

  • A limited data set can be used or disclosed only for the purposes of research, public health or health care operations
  • When disclosing a limited data set, covered entities (CEs)/MTFs are required to obtain satisfactory assurances, in the form of a Data Use Agreement (DUA), signed by the recipient.
  • A limited data set is PHI that excludes 16 specific direct identifiers of the individual or relatives, employers or household members of the individual, as set forth in the HIPAA Privacy Rule and DoD 's implementing issuance.

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