Privacy - HIPAA

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Privacy - HIPAA

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  1. Privacy: HIPAA

    Slide 1 - Privacy: HIPAA

    • Emerson Murphy-Hill
  2. Rosie Callender, RHIA, web.msm.edu/hipaa/An%20Introduction%20to%20HIPAA.ppt

    Slide 2 - Rosie Callender, RHIA, web.msm.edu/hipaa/An%20Introduction%20to%20HIPAA.ppt

    • What is HIPAA?
    • A Federal Law Created in 1996
    • H = Health
    • I = Insurance
    • P = Portability and
    • A = Accountability
    • A = Act
    • HIPAA Administrative Simplification
    • Code Sets
    • Security
    • Unique Identifiers
    • Privacy
    • Electronic
    • Transactions
  3. Rosie Callender, RHIA

    Slide 3 - Rosie Callender, RHIA

    • HIPAA PRIVACY RULE – Key Elements
    • Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
    • Name
    • All geographic subdivisions
    • smaller than state
    • Birth date
    • Telephone/Fax numbers
    • E-mail addresses
    • Social Security Number
    • Medical Record Number
    • Health Plan Number
    • Account Number
    • Certificate / license number
    • Vehicle identifier/serial number
    • Device identifier/serial number
    • Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
    • IP addresses
    • Biometric identifiers
    • Photos
    • Other unique characteristics
    • Full face photograph
    • Rosie Callender, RHIA, web.msm.edu/hipaa/An%20Introduction%20to%20HIPAA.ppt
  4. Specific Security in Privacy

    Slide 4 - Specific Security in Privacy

    • Effective compliance with the Privacy regulations is dependent on security of patient’s Personal Health Information (PHI).
    • Role-based access required under minimum necessary rule
    • Verification and authentication of individuals and authorities requesting PHI
    • Security required by Privacy Rule applies to PHI in all forms
    • Rosie Callender, RHIA, web.msm.edu/hipaa/An%20Introduction%20to%20HIPAA.ppt
  5. HIPAA Security (cont’d)

    Slide 5 - HIPAA Security (cont’d)

    • What is Information Security?
    • All protections in place to ensure that PHI is:
    • kept confidential (confidentiality)
    • not improperly altered or destroyed (integrity)
    • readily available to authorized users (availability)
    • These principles represent the heart of any information security program.
    • Rosie Callender, RHIA, web.msm.edu/hipaa/An%20Introduction%20to%20HIPAA.ppt