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HIPAA Audit and System Activity Review: Developing a Process that Focuses on the Greatest Risks First

Author: Hofler, Linda D.; Hardee, Joy; Dildy, Kenneth; Burleson, Deeanna; Grady, Jamie

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2005


The privacy and security rules require audits and system activity reviews. Here is one health system's process, a systematic approach that focuses on areas of greatest risk.
Ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of patient information is fundamental to HIM, but it has taken on a new le....

Handling Release of Information Over the Phone

Author: Hjort, Beth M.

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2003


Q: Hospitals must have sensitive yet confidential policies for handling concerned family and friends with questions about loved ones within their facilities. How can a covered entity (CE) be confident about appropriate telephone release of information when it’s so difficult to validate a call....

On the Line (October 2004)

Author: Hjort, Beth M.

Source: AHIMA Q and A | Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: October 2004


Q: We are concerned about listing reported abuse cases on the accounting of disclosures (AoD) due to potential retaliation against an alleged victim or one who accompanies a victim for treatment. Is it acceptable to exclude abuse cases from the AoD?

A: Abuse cases pose special HIPAA....

On the HIPAA Hook

Author: Hicks, Andrew

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2014



Some healthcare business associates are still asking if HITECH-HIPAA impacts them. The answer is just as important to their affiliated healthcare providers.


Thousands of companies are now legally obligated to comply with the HITECH-HIPAA regulations because of their busines....

Releasing Information of Deceased Patients

Author: Herrin, Barry S.

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: January 2009


Developed when modern law concepts were first formed, the mortmain, or “dead hand,” rule prevented the church from exercising undue influence over a soon-to-be-dead penitent to obtain a gift of an individual’s lands in remission of his or her sins. These statutes evolved over....

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