Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed by Congress in 1996.  HIPAA is the single most significant legislation affecting the health care industry since the creation of the Medicare and Medicaid programs in 1965. HIPAA affects all individuals, providers, payers and related entities involved in health care.

Title II - HIPAA Administrative Simplification. For more information about HIPAA, please use the links on this page.

About HIPAA

HIPAA Title Information

What is HIPAA

HIPAA Related Efforts

CAPMAN 820/834

  • Premium Payments and Enrollment Transactions for Managed Care Plans

MITA at DHCS

  • Medicaid Information Technology Architecture

PACES

  • Post-Adjudicated Claims and Encounters System

Data Privacy

  • Resources for reporting data privacy incidents​

Last modified date: 1/15/2021 2:22 PM