ethics wk 3-2

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  1. Freedom from unauthorized intrusion
  2. To protect privacy and other healthcare rights for patients. That helps workers the continuous health insurance coverage for themselves and their dependents when they changed jobs and protects confidential medical information from unauthorized disclosure and/or use. It was also intended to help curb the rising cost of healthcare fraud and abuse.
    (HIPAA) Health insurance portability accountability act
  3. Healthcare providers and clearing houses that transmit HIPAA transactions electronically, and must comply with HIPAA standards and rules
    covered entities
  4. electronic exchanges of information between two covered entity business partners using HIPAA mandated transaction standard
    covered transaction
  5. records maintained by or for a HIPAA covered entity
    (DRS) designated record set
  6. a written document detailing a health care provider's privacy practices
    (NPP) notice of privacy practices
  7. information that contains one or more patients identifiers
    (PHI) protected health information
  8. to remove from health care transactions all information that identifies patients
  9. a general requirement under HIPAA
  10. a document that included the HIPAA standards or requirements
  11. transmission of information between two parties for financial or administrative activies
  12. under HIPAA terms that provide for uniformity and simplification of health care billing and record keeping
    code set
  13. the sending of information from one network-connected computer to another
    electronic transmission
  14. the use of uniform electronic network protocols to transfer business information between organizations via computer networks
    (EDI) electronic data interchange
  15. a reason under HIPAA for disclosing patient information
  16. protected health information from which certain patient identifiers have been removed
    limited data set
  17. policies and procedures that protect PHI from unauthorized access
  18. hardware, software or both designed to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing electronic information
  19. the scrambling or encoding of information before sending it electronically
  20. the requirement under HIPAA to verify any request as legitimate before protected health information is released
  21. term referring to the limited amount of patient information that may be disclosed, depending on circumstances
    minimum necessary
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ethics wk 3-2
2013-09-19 23:43:04
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ethics wk 3-2
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