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Testimony on Behalf of The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) to the Privacy and Confidentiality Subcommittee of the National Committee of Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS)

Author: Rode, Dan

Source: AHIMA testimony and comments

Publication Date: August 22, 2001

August 22, 2001


Mr. Rothstein, members of the Privacy and Confidentiality Subcommittee, ladies and gentlemen - good morning!

I am Dan Rode, vice president for the AHIMA. On behalf of the Association, its more than 40,000 members, and myself, thank you for the opportunity....

HIPAA's New Mandate for Psychotherapy Notes

Author: Rhodes, Harry B.

Source: Behavioral Health

Publication Date: July 02, 2001


The new HIPAA privacy final rule mandate that affords a higher level of privacy restriction to psychotherapy notes is creating a fair amount of confusion for healthcare providers. Restricted access to mental health records should not be something new to health information management profession....

Winding Road to the Privacy Rule

Author: Rode, Dan

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2001




We have a privacy rule. After years of effort from AHIMA members, the first national privacy standards were allowed to go into effect by Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tommy G. Thompson, with pressure from the White House.

It's time for HIM professi....

Journal Q&A (5/01)

Author: AHIMA Staff

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: May 02, 2001

Q: Does the new HIPAA privacy rule require hospitals to obtain patient consent prior to sending copies of dictated reports and test results to the patient's physician?

A: Unless the HIPAA privacy rule published on December 28, 2000 (45 CFR Parts 160 through 164) is modified by the Bush ad....

On the Line: Professional Practice Solutions

Author: Hughes, Gwen

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2001




Q: I understand that inexpensive password recovery software can allow an unauthorized user to recover or crack someone else's password. If passwords are that easy to crack, are they worthwhile?



Q: Does the new HIPAA privacy rule require hospitals to obtain patient....

Getting Your Arms Around HIPAA

Author: Hughes, Gwen

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2001




Have you read the new HIPAA final privacy rules yet? Are you overwhelmed? I've been spending a lot of time poring over the privacy rules and I've seen many similarities between the new privacy rules and the Uniform Health Information Act (UHIA) passed in Washington and Montana about....

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