With respect to the question of what „routine access” to [PHI] means in determining the types of data transmission services that are counterparties to mere lines, such a provision will be concrete on the basis of the nature of the services provided and the extent to which the company needs access to [PHI] to provide the service to the company concerned. The exclusion from the channel is narrow and is intended to exclude only services that provide only courier services, such as the U.S. Postal Service or United Parcel Service and their electronic equivalents, such as Internet Service Providers (ISPs), which provide only data services. As noted in the guide, a line carries information, but only randomly or rarely accesses how it is necessary to provide transportation service or as required by other laws. For example, a telecommunications company may have occasional and random access to [PHI] when it verifies that data transmitted over its network arrives at its normal destination. Such random access to [PHI] would not qualify the company as a business partner. On the other hand, an entity with access to [PHI] is required to provide a service to a covered unit, such as .B. a health information organization that manages the exchange of [PHI] through a network of companies covered by the use of data locator services for its subscribers (and other services) is not considered a channel and is therefore not excluded from the definition. The data protection rule allows three methods of collecting research-related information that are provided without the person`s permission or a limited data set: (1) A standard approach, 2) an approach for multiple data and (3) an alternative for statements involving 50 or more people. Whichever approach is chosen, accounting is done in writing and is made available to the requesting person. Accounting reports to the individual may contain results from several accounting methods. The many potential benefits of data analysis for the health system and for the health of individuals must be weighed against the privacy of individuals whose health information is used in these analyses in cases of serum disease. PsWG also found, knowing the potential benefits of data analysis, that an „increase in pid in the volume of health-related information increases the risk of data breaches, particularly when records are combined.