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Oral Privacy and HIPAA: We Really Need to Talk

Author: Jacobs, Jodi

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: June 02, 2003


Oral privacy is not a new need or requirement in healthcare. However, because it is now backed by a federal mandate, it is receiving newfound attention. With the passing of the April 14, 2003, deadline for HIPAA compliance, hospitals, pharmacies, clearinghouses, physician’s offices, military....

Practice Toolkit: Medical Record Completion

Author: Hirsch, Ronald

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2006


Medical record completion compliance has always been a problem at Sherman Hospital, a medium-sized community hospital in Elgin, IL. The number of incomplete charts often exceeded the standard set by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, risking a type I violation.....

Preparing for the Next Big April

Author: Thomason, Mary

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2004


Yesterday’s privacy compliance preparations can contribute to meeting tomorrow’s security mandates. One organization is tackling risk analysis with both matrix and memories.
The 2003 HIPAA privacy rule implementation is still fresh in many minds throughout healthcare organiza....

Preparing the Physician Office for HIPAA

Author: Uppena, Mary

Source: Journal of AHIMA - Coding Notes

Publication Date: February 2001




Change has been a constant factor in coding and reimbursement with the intensified focus on billing, compliance, and cost control. Out of necessity, coding professionals in physician settings have learned to be organized, adaptable, and armed with the latest information. The mandates....

Privacy and Security Audits of Electronic Health Information (2014 update)

Author: Walsh, Tom; Miaoulis, William M

Source: AHIMA practice brief | Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2014

In a perfect world, access controls alone would ensure the privacy and security of electronic protected health information (ePHI). However, the complexities of today’s healthcare environment make it extremely challenging to limit access to the minimum information necessary that members of the workforce require in order to perform their jobs.

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