California Expands CMIA to Regulate Digital Mental Health Services |  JD Supra

California Expands CMIA to Regulate Digital Mental Health Services | JD Supra

Assembly Bill 2089 expands consumer rights and protections over individually identifiable health information by revising existing definitions under the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (“CMIA”) to include collected medical information via mobile applications or websites. Companies that collect and use information related to a consumer’s inferred or diagnosed mental health or substance use disorder …

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