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Smart Cards May Make Security a Non-Issue

Author: Deike, Karen

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2000


Smart cards have long held enormous potential for governments in managing healthcare information and delivering benefits to clients with more efficiency, less fraud, and greater customer satisfaction. But critical to gaining acceptance of the cards is the ability to assure clients that the in....

Journal Q&A (11/00)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: November 02, 2000

Q: How long is an authorization to release information valid?
A: For the most part, federal law does not specify a length of time for which authorizations to disclose information are valid. In Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records (42 CFR, Chapter I, Part 2), the....

Journal Q&A (1/01)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: January 01, 2001

Q: What form must a subpoena duces tecum take in order to be valid?

A: A subpoena duces tecum commands a person to produce certain documents or evidence in court. The form that the subpoena must take to be valid is a matter of state law, but generally, a subpoena must contain the following....

Journal Q&A (1/01)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: January 01, 2001

Q: What is the difference between confidential and nonconfidential health information?

A: Health information can be classified into two categories: confidential and nonconfidential. Confidential information is obtained during the course of a confidential relationship between a patient and....

Journal Q&A (1/01)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: January 01, 2001

Q: Can a healthcare facility release health information for marketing purposes?

A: There is a growing demand for and supply of health information for uses that are far removed from patient care or the payment process. It is imperative for a facility to establish a system of controls for id....

On the Line: Professional Practice Solutions

Author: Smith, Cheryl M.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2001


Q: What is the difference between confidential and nonconfidential health information?

Q: Can a healthcare facility release health information for marketing purposes?

Q: What form must a subpoena duces tecum take in order to be valid?

Cheryl Smith is an AHIMA practice....

From DNA to Data Privacy

Author: Fuller, Barbara P.; Jeffries, Jane

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2001




Genetic research is revolutionizing healthcare by predicting diseases and revealing cures. At the same time, the information presents new challenges to HIM professionals charged with keeping this vital data from the wrong hands. Here's a look at the role genetic information is playin....

Caught in the Camera's Eye: Filming and Patient's Consent

Author: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations

Source: In Confidence (newsletter) | AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: March 02, 2001


Q: Can staff of a healthcare organization, or their designated agent, film or videotape patient care activities in the Emergency Department? Does the staff have to get a patient’s consent to film or videotape their care while it is being provided?
A: Yes, to both questions. It is appropri....

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