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HIPAA Violation? Sue Me

Author: AHIMA

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2011


This is a true story that occurred recently in Indiana. Failing to collect payment for treatment, a medical group sent a patient to collections. In providing the unpaid bills to the collections attorney, practice staff failed to redact sensitive information. When the attorney filed the bills wi....

2004 HIPAA Privacy & Security Compliance Survey

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA

Publication Date: April 12, 2004

The results of a survey conducted by AHIMA to assess the current state of HIPAA privacy within the healthcare industry. These results are being released in conjunction with the first annual National Health Information Privacy and Security Week.

HIPAA: 43,691 Privacy Complaints and Counting

Author: AHIMA

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2009


For those wondering what progress the Office for Civil Rights makes as it works through HIPAA privacy rule complaints, the numbers are easy to find. Each month OCR reports top-line results of the HIPAA cases it has received and resolved.

OCR has logged approximately 43,700 complaints....

A First Peek at the Privacy Regulations

Author: AHIMA

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: August 2010


The office for Civil Rights got a late start on the HITECH privacy regulations (due last February), and it's clear from the draft rule it released in July that the office still has almost as many questions as answers on how to enact the HITECH provisions. However, the release does offer a good....

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).

AHIMA State Privacy Law Resource tool

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA

Publication Date: May 21, 2003


Welcome to the AHIMA State Privacy Law Resource tool. This tool provides AHIMA members with web links to sites with specific information regarding the final HIPAA privacy rules and their interaction with state laws and regulations. On many of these sites, you will find access to HIPAA preemptio....

Conference Handouts

Author: AHIMA

Source: HIPAA Conference 2000

Publication Date: March 13, 2000






 

Conference Handouts


If you weren't able to attend the HIPAA Conference in March, you can review the text of handouts and presentations provided at the sessions.

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Few Requests for Today’s Accountings

Author: AHIMA

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2010


HIPAA’s Accounting of Disclosure Provisions Led to Few Patient Requests; Now ARRA Is Upping the Ante

Provisions within the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act extend HIPAA’s accounting of disclosure regulations for providers who maintain electronic health records. The provisions a....

AHIMA Advantage E-alert [Special edition]

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA newsletter

Publication Date: February 13, 2003

HHS to Release Final HIPAA Security Rule February 20; HIPAA Transaction and Code Set Standards Modifications Announced

AHIMA Position Statement: Privacy Official

Author: AHIMA

Source: AHIMA position statement

Publication Date: February 15, 2001


Position



The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) recognizes the increased complexity of protecting patients' privacy while managing access to, and release of, information about patients and other healthcare consumers. Credentialed health information ma....

Review of the 2002 Department of Health and Human Service Notice of Proposed Rule Making for The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy Regulations

Author: AHIMA Policy and Government Relations Team

Source: AHIMA regulation analysis

Publication Date: April 02, 2002


Status

After almost a year's delay, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published its promised recommendations to change and clarify the HIPAA Privacy Regulations that were originally published, as a "final rule" by HHS on December 28, 2000, in the Federal Re....

Final Rule for HIPAA Security Standards: Analysis by the American Health Information Management Association Policy and Government Relations Team - February 2003

Author: AHIMA Policy and Government Relations Team

Source: AHIMA regulation analysis

Publication Date: February 28, 2003


Impact | This Analysis Includes | General Rules | Administrative Safeguards | Physical Safeguards | Technical Safeguards | Organizational Requirements | Policies, Procedures, and Documentation | Matrix | Introduction

After a wait of some four and one-half years, the Department of He....

Final Rule for Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information

Author: AHIMA Policy and Government Relations Team

Source: AHIMA Advocacy and Policy | AHIMA regulation analysis

Publication Date: January 02, 2001

Notes

Readers will notice that some word such as "healthcare" may be written in more than one way in this analysis. Style guides often require the term "healthcare" be stated as such, however, the federal government uses the term as "health care." In this document we will be using the te....

Journal Q&A (7/02)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: July 02, 2002


Q: I have requested the immunization records from a patient’s former healthcare provider with the patient’s written permission. The former healthcare provider refuses to send the immunization records because the patient has a balance on the account. Is this legal?


A:....

Journal Q&A (1/03)

Author: AHIMA Professional Practice Team

Source: AHIMA Q and A

Publication Date: January 02, 2003

Q: When is it legal to disclose protected health information (PHI) to clergy?


A: If the individual is informed in advance of the possible disclosure and has the opportunity to object, the HIPAA privacy rule allows a covered entity to disclose directory information to clergy. Directo....

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