I saw this yesterday on MrGunsngear on youtue. According to the veteran, the judge gave him until tomorrow to produce his records including his medical records. He said on the interview that he did not plan to do so. This is another example of an individual using the civil courts to curtail a citizen from exercising his rights. He did comment that the various unnamed programs covering legal support have not intervened because he was not charged for a criminal matter. Don’t know if USCCA was consulted, but it did strike me that he was in Wisconsin.
I don’t know if he has gone through the whole process yet.
A HIPAA-covered provider or plan may disclose information to a party issuing a subpoena only if the notification requirements of the Privacy Rule are met. Before responding to the subpoena, the provider or plan should receive evidence that there were reasonable efforts to:
Notify the person who is the subject of the information about the request, so the person has a chance to object to the disclosure, or
Seek a qualified protective order for the information from the court.