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The definition of HIPAA is:
You can share PHI with any relative of your client.
HIPAA and the Privacy Rule that is part of HIPAA:
Your client has a right to view his or her own private health information and to copy it.
If you see a record in public view where others can see it, take it to the appropriate person or your supervisor.
PHI can be found in:
As a security measure, never document phone calls when giving PHI to someone authorized to receive it!.
One common identifier of PHI is:
Times you can share protected health information include:
Medical records management includes:
The Minimum Use requirement of HIPAA means:
Computer security includes:
Who controls how protected health information is shared and with whom it is shared?
All health care providers, including doctors, nurses, home care providers and companion homemakers are required to keep client information private.
Only 10% of computer security is technical. 90% relies upon the person who is using the computer.
Make sure you include PHI on the fax cover sheet.
Reading patient or client medical records casually or just to satisfy curiosity is a breach of HIPAA and can lead to reprimand or job loss.
Never disclose your client’s name, location or lifestyle or talk about things that occurred during your shift when speaking with family, co-workers or other clients.
HIPAA supports each person’s right to place restrictions on how his or her private health information is used or shared.