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HIPAA Electronic Data Interchange Transactions: The Impact on Healthcare Billing Processes with Special Emphasis on 837 Electronic Claims Transactions and 835 Electronic Remittance Transactions

Author: Kubas, Debbie; Buck, Shawna

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 21, 2005


Rules for HIPAA-compliant electronic transactions were finalized on October 16, 2000. The finalized HIPAA transaction standards required that claims filed electronically after October 16, 2002 (or after October 16, 2003, if you filed for an extension) had to be in the HIPAA-compliant electroni....

Spoliation of Medical Evidence

Author: Tomes, Jonathan P.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2005


To avoid the improper destruction or alteration of records, HIM departments must follow a retention schedule, train personnel, and ensure that corrections leave original entries intact.
Although the legal concept known as spoliation of evidence has been a part of the American legal syste....

Countdown to HIPAA Claims Attachments

Author: Giannangelo, Kathy

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2005


With the clock ticking down to the HIPAA national provider identifier compliance deadline, HIM professionals should start thinking about the next HIPAA standard on the horizon, claims attachments. While not one of the original eight administrative transactions approved for use in the healthcar....

How to Safely Recycle PCs

Author: Quinsey, Carol Ann

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2005


Securing the privacy of both protected health information and personal information should be a primary concern when personal computers have outlived their usefulness. Recycling or disposing of a computer safely can be a challenge.

It’s not enough to simply give an old computer....

HIPAA Security: Don't Disband the Committee Just Yet

Author: Brown, Stephen C.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2005


By now, every healthcare organization has faced the initial security compliance responsibilities associated with HIPAA. However, the compliance road has not yet been fully traveled. The nature of the rule makes compliance a recursive effort of reassessment, continual auditing, regular educatio....

State of HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance 2005

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA report

Publication Date: April 11, 2005

The results of a survey to assess the current state of HIPAA privacy and security within the healthcare industry.

AHIMA releases the results of this research in conjunction with the second annual National Health Information Privacy and Security Week, April 10-16, 2005. AHIMA is sponsoring National Health Information Privacy and Security Week to raise awareness among healthcare professionals, their employers, the media, and the public regarding the importance of protecting the privacy, confidentiality, and security of personal health information (PHI).

Reaffirming Your HIPAA Compliance Efforts

Author: Woloszyn, William

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2005


Two years after the HIPAA privacy compliance date, is it time for your organization to reassess your efforts and recommit to enforcing HIPAA?
Revisiting HIPAA’s Roots

The HIPAA privacy regulation was created in response to public healthcare concerns about the privacy of pa....

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