All other agreements between covered entities and Business Associate, which are not related to this purpose, remain fully in force and effective. CONSIDERING, Business Associate is active in providing a convenient online management product (“Offer”); And in the event that Business Associate finds that the return or destruction of protected health information is not possible, Business Associate provides the insured unit, within ten (10) working days, with an opinion on the conditions that make restitution or destruction unfeasible. Under this provision, the consideration extends the protection of this contract to protected health information and limits the subsequent use and disclosure of this protected health information for purposes that render restitution or destruction unenforceable, provided that business Associate has such protected health information. Unless there is legal protection or a prohibition on discovery or disclosure, business associates, books and internal records, including policies and procedures (together “compliance information”) relating to the use or disclosure of protected health information and its protection, are available to the insured unit or secretary to determine compliance by the regulated entity with HIPAA rules and the HITECH Act. The counterparty has a reasonable period of time to respond to requests for access and/or demonstrable evidence in accordance with this agreement. Under no circumstances can demonstrable access or evidence be required in less than ten (10) working days from the receipt of such a request by the counterparty, unless otherwise provided by the secretary. Where the violation relates to unsecured protected health information, as explained in paragraph 2, point c, The Business Associate agrees to notify the covered entity of the violation within 10 (10) working days of the discovery of that violation; All other compromises with protected health information are reported to the insured entity within 20 working days of discovery. Business Associate also agrees, in accordance with Section 13402 of the HITECH Act, to provide the insured entity, by e-mail or telephone call, with the information necessary to the covered entity to meet the requirements of this section. Subcontractors. a person or organization that creates, receives, manages or transmits protected health information on behalf of a counterparty and is now considered a counterpart, as defined in 45 CFR 160.103.