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Managing Exceptions to HIPAA's Patient Access Rule

Author: Hughes, Gwen

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2001




The HIPAA final privacy rule requires that covered entities allow individuals to access the medical and billing records maintained about them. However, the rule describes 10 exceptions. Accordingly, healthcare providers must establish a way to identify the medical and billing records....

NCVHS Groups Explore CPR, Privacy Rule Possibilities

Author: Rode, Dan

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2001




HIPAA's fifth anniversary was marked by meetings of two key subcommittees of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS): the standards (transactions) and security subcommittee and the privacy and confidentiality subcommittee. At the security subcommittee, experts fr....

Early Word on HIPAA Claims Attachments

Author: Dougherty, Michelle

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2001


If we could look into a crystal ball and see into the future, it would be much easier to prepare for HIPAA, particularly the electronic transaction standards. Because of the rarity of crystal balls these days, we must rely on other predictors at our disposal, such as the white paper issued by t....

Conducting a HIPAA Security Risk Assessment

Author: Klein, Jim

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 10, 2001


Introduction

Organizations covered under the Proposed Security Standards1 (the Draft Standard) are facing important regulatory compliance decisions for operational, technical, clinical, and administrative components of their enterprise. With the promulgation of the final Security Stand....

HIPAA: Preemption of State Laws

Author: Demuro, Paul

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 10, 2001




I. Preemption of State Laws

The general rule is that a standard, requirement, or implementation specification adopted under HIPAA that is contrary to a provision of state law preempts or supersedes the provision of State law. 45 CFR §160.203.

Contrary, when used....

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