The Arizona Revised Statutes have been updated to include the revised sections from the 55th Legislature, 1st Regular Session. Please note that the next update of this compilation will not take place until after the conclusion of the 55th Legislature, 2nd Regular Session, which convenes in January 2022.
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1. Except as otherwise provided in state or federal law, to opt out of having the individual's individually identifiable health information accessible through a health information organization pursuant to section 36-3803.
2. To request a copy of the individual's individually identifiable health information that is accessible through the health information organization in accordance with the health insurance portability and accountability act (45 Code of Federal Regulations section 164.524). The health information organization may provide this right directly or may require health care providers or other persons participating in the health information organization to provide this access to individuals. Charges for copies are governed by section 12-2295.
3. To request the amendment of incorrect individually identifiable health information accessible through the health information organization.
4. To request a list of the persons who have accessed the individual's individually identifiable health information through the health information organization for a period of at least three years before the individual's request. This list must be provided to the individual within thirty days after the individual's request.
5. To be notified, pursuant to section 18-552 and 45 Code of Federal Regulations part 164, subpart D, of a breach at the health information organization that affects the individual's individually identifiable health information.
B. If an individual does not have the capacity to make health care decisions, the individual's health care decision maker may exercise all individual rights in this chapter on behalf of the individual.