HIPAA Plain and Simple:

ISBN-10: 1603596577

ISBN-13: 9781603596572

Edition: 2012

Authors: Carolyn P. Hartley

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With AMA's HIPAA Plain and amp; Simple: After the Final Rule, you'll understand the complex regulation of HIPAA and HITECH so your office can take immediate action and achieve HIPAA compliance sooner. the stronger HIPAA privacy and security safeguards and better protection for electronic health data included in the final rule means that you need an accessible, easy-to-understand guide to all of the details surrounding this important change. This third edition expands upon the topics of enforcement, the accounting of disclosures, and contracts with and disclosures to business associates, while providi
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Book details

List price: $79.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Amer Medical Assn
Binding: Paperback
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Ancillary Content
About the Authors
HIPAA, HITECH Act, and Breach Notification Overview
Building the Infrastructure
Four Sets of Standards
Transactions and Code Sets
Privacy Standards
Security Standards
Change in Focus: Administrative to Clinical Processes
Final Rule Modification of Business Associate Definition
Breach Notification Rule
Statutory Definition of Breach
January 25, 2013, Final Rule Definition of Breach
Limited Data Sets
Breach Notification Requirements
Guidance on Securing Protected Health Information
Importance of Achieving Compliance
Transactions and Code Sets
Transaction Standards and Code Set Standards
Transaction Standards
Need for Transaction and Code Set Modifications
Health Care Claim Payment/Advice (835)
Health Care Claim Status Request and Response (276/277)
Benefits of Improvements to Transaction Standards
HIPAA Transaction Standards: Final Rule
Code Sets
Code Sets in the Physician's Office
Code Set Categories
How to Read Code Sets
ICD-10-CM/PCS: Code Set Standards Modification
What 5010 and ICD-10-CM Mean to Your Practice
Health Insurance Reform: Administrative Simplification Transactions
The Privacy Team
What Changed in the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, and What Didn't Change?
Build the Foundation for Privacy Management
Identify a Privacy Official
Revisit Your Notice of Privacy Practices
Consistent with Other Documentation
Develop Policies and Procedures
Policies and Procedures
Refraining from Intimidating or Retaliatory Acts
Waiver of Rights
Establish Minimum Necessary Limits for Use and Disclosures of Protected Health Information
Identify Permissions for Use and Disclosure of Protected Health Information
Required Disclosures
Permissible Disclosures: Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations
Permissible Disclosures: Another Covered Entity's Treatment, Payment, and Health Care Operations
Permissible Disclosures: Family, Friends, and Disaster Relief Agencies
Incidental Uses or Disclosures
Other Uses or Disclosures for Which Authorization Is Not Required
Uses and Disclosures of De-Identified Protected Health Information
Limited Data Set for Purposes of Research, Public Health, or Health Care Operations
Identify Uses and Disclosures That Require Authorizations
Uses and Disclosures That Require Authorizations
Psychotherapy Notes
Identify Personal Identity Authentication Issues
Update Your HIPAA Privacy Safeguards
Update New Patient Rights, Including Rights Provided in the HITECH Act
Right to Access Protected Health Information
Patient's Right to Request an Amendment to Content in Patient Record
Accounting of Disclosures
Confidential Communications Requirements
Right of an Individual to Request Restriction of Uses and Disclosures
Right to File a Complaint
Know About GINA
Update Business Associate Contracts
Revise and Protect Fundraising and Marketing Activities
Train Your Staff on New Issues and Provide Refreshers on Privacy Policies and Procedures
HIPAA Privacy Rule Training Requirements
Quick Training Tips
Training Topics
Implement Your Plan and Evaluate Your Compliance Status
What's Next?
HIPAA Security: Tougher, but with Safe Harbors
About HIPAA's Security Rule
General Requirements
Flexibility of Approach
Implementation Specifications
Administrative Safeguard Standards and Implementation Specifications
Security Management Process
Assigned Security Responsibility
Workforce Security
Information Access Management
Security Awareness and Training
Security Incident Procedures
Contingency Plan
Business Associate Contracts and Other Arrangements
Physical Safeguard Standards and Implementation Specifications
Facility Access Controls
Workstation Use
Workstation Security
Device and Media Controls
Technical Safeguard Standards and Implementation Specifications
Access Control
Audit Controls
Person or Entity Authentication
Transmission Security
HIPAA Communications: Patient Engagement and Social Networking
What Patients Want to Know About HIPAA
Implementing an Internal and External Communications Plan
Your HIPAA Communications Plan
Electronic Communications and Health IT
Develop and Deploy an External Communication Plan
Build a Breach Response Plan Before You Need It
Managing an Audit from OCR
Audit Prevention Strategies
Patient Engagement
Social Networking
HIPAA and Social Media
What's Next?
HIPAA for Behavioral Health in an Electronic Environment
Additions to HIPAA Training Program
How OCR Enforces the HIPAA Privacy Rule
What OCR Considers During Intake and Review of a Privacy Complaint
Additional Resources
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