Using HIPAA in the Real World: A Review
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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance requires all health professionals to adapt to evolving principles of patient privacy and protection of healthcare information. All members of the health team are required to demonstrate accountability to follow health organizational rules designed to protect patient information. HIPAA compliance can be achieved through a common-sense approach to patient privacy rules, such as use of technological tools. HIPAA sections are discussed with an emphasis on key intentions of the Act.
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- Define Protected Health Information
- Discuss the HIPPA Privacy Rule
- Explain the HIPPA Security Rule
2. The HIPPA Privacy Rule
3. Sample Privacy Pledge
4. Working With The HIPPA Privacy Rule In The Real World
5. The HIPPA Security Rule
6. Information Transmission
A. Computer Workstation Security
B. HIPPA Public Health and Emergency Situation
C. HIPPA and Same-Sex Marriages
D. HIPPA Modifications 2013
E. Privacy, Security Rules, and Enforcement Rules
F. Breach Notification for Unsecured Protected Health Information
G. Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
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