Substance Use Disorder Privacy Workbook: 42 CFR Part 2
The Health Law and Policy Programs at UNH School of Law, Institute for Health Policy and Practice, and the NH Citizens Health Initiative provided technical assistance to New Hampshire Building Capacity for Transformation Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN) to assist them in developing confidentiality tools related to substance use disorder (SUD) services and integrated behavioral health projects. This technical assistance resulted in a “boot camp,” focusing on 42 CFR Part 2, and consisting of several guided meetings with assigned homework to follow, leading to the ultimate development of processes, plans, and draft forms and policies to implement Part 2 confidentiality. This workbook walks through that same “boot camp” process. It contains information on Part 2, exercises, worksheets, and draft forms that help build a better understanding of confidentiality requirements specific to integrated behavioral health and substance use disorder services.