From the NIH website:
NIH expects that in drafting their DMS plans, researchers will attempt to maximize scientific data sharing, but may acknowledge that certain factors (i.e., ethical, legal, or technical) may necessitate limiting sharing to some extent. Foreseeable limitations should be described when drafting DMS plans.
Specifically, the DMS Policy encourages respect for participants by encouraging researchers and award recipients to:
NIH recommends the use of scientific data sharing and/or use agreements, preferably standardized, when sharing data from participants with and from repositories. These agreements should be considered even if scientific data are de-identified and should be negotiated among researchers, institutions, and repositories. Key elements that promote the privacy of research participants in such agreements include:
Help with protocol development, consenting processes, and secure data management is available from multiple research support services.
Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center (HSLIC) is holding several Drop-In sessions where you can ask your specific questions about data management plans and/or the new policy.