Who wrote the HIPAA?
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act was enacted by the United States Congress and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996
The HIPAA is required on Medicare claims. The HIPAA is a persons privacy. Read More
HIPAA provides a uniform set of guidelines that apply to all providers and organizations. HIPAA requirements are not affected by state boundaries. Read More
HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. Read More
There is not an e-mail that is compliant with HIPAA. To move these files in between two systems is by using a source such as My Docs Online, a source that meets the requirements of HIPAA. Read More
Pricing of drugs has NOTHING to do with HIPAA Read More
Yes! This is the definition of HIPAA. Read More
HIPAA has nothing to do with how long you have to keep medical records. Read More
What are four components the HIPAA Administrative Simplification subsection Read More
HIPAA Representative ask to see PHI Read More
Is True or false the hipaa and security rules dictate that all who may come into contact with protected health information go through training on hipaa policy?
HIPAA regulations require that anyone who may come in contact with protected health information must undergo training on HIPAA policies. Read More
the federal department regulates HIPAA mean Health Insurance Portability Accountability Read More
what is the benefits of having business associates adhere to the provisions of HIPAA Read More
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If HIPAA rules are stricter than state law which standard should you follow and why What if the state law was stricter?
HIPAA, Terms of the HIPAA privacy rule do not per se preempt the laws, rules, or regulations of various states, except where the laws, rules, or regulations are contrary to the HIPAA privacy rule. Therefore, the HIPAA privacy rule provides a floor of protection. Where the state laws are more stringent than a standard requirement or implementation specification of the HIPAA privacy rule, the health-care provider must comply with both the federal and state provisions. Read More
Whwhat are the HIPAA factor that needs to be considered when assessing the likelihood of risk and/or harm? Read More
DoD 6025.18-R summarizes the implementation of the HIPAA privacy rule. Read More
10 days is the time frame to report a breach of information as it pertains to HIPAA. Read More
HIPAA regulations are codified in civil law, not criminal law. See related link Read More
HIPAA, originally titled the Kennedy-Kassebaum Bill, were first introduced and passed in congress in 1996. Read More
If an individual believes that a DoD covered entity (CE) is not complying with HIPAA, where can they file a complaint? Read More
HIPAA Electronic Transaction and Code Sets Standards(WRONG) HITECH ACT! Read More
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HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act; HIPPA has no meaning and is a misspelling, albeit a common one. Read More
hipaa was made law in oreder to increase federal revenues true or false Read More
HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accounting Act. Compliance to it involves allowing for transference of policies from one company to another. Read More
Hipaa promotes portability thus protecting individuals wanting to change health plans. Read More
The primary governing body for HIPAA is the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Ref: http://www.dhhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/ [[User:Cjonb|Cjonb]] 02:18, 26 May 2008 (UTC) Read More
HIPAA is based on the concept that your medical condition is a private matter and that your medical records should be protected from people without specific authorization. Read More
Health insurance claims is covered by the hipaa law. The hipaa law is something that all claims have to have by law. Read More
ALL personal health information is protected under HIPAA. Read More
No -- HIPAA applies to all healthcare in the US. The one possible exception, MEDICARE, opted to follow HIPAA. Read More
Due to HIPAA, unless you are on the policy, this information cannot be given out .Health insurnace companies can get fines for breaking the HIPAA regulations. Read More
HIPAA requires that medical records be retained for 6 years from the date of creation or the last date the record was in effect. Read More
What is does not apply to treatment activities and specific information authorized by the patient in a valid HIPAA authorization?
You are not able to release information under HIPAA policy. You need to have certain permissions to do this. Read More
How do institutional and community pharmacies differ within hipaa polices and procedures and it has nothing to do with medication prices?
The HIPAA policies and procedures of the institutional and community pharmacies differ because of the logistics. Read More
Which of the rules make up the HIPAA law afft technology in health care or human services organizations?
Most of the technoloigcal requirements of HIPAA are discussed under The Security Rule. Read More
Under HIPAA, the use of electronic transactions was mandated October 16, 2003. All covered entities must transmit and receive the covered transactions they conduct electronically in the new standardized HIPAA format (Version 4010). Read More
Who do I file a complaint with if an individual believes that a DoD covered entity (CE) is not complying with HIPAA?
Try to find your answer here since there are many factors: https://www.ama-assn.org/practice-management/hipaa-violations-enforcement Read More
It's true, title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families. Read More
There are online websites that contain information about what email systems are HIPAA Compliant. A few of these websites include Email Pros, MDofficeMail, and Spiceworks. Read More
I can't find a mention of such a requirement in either the Privacy or Security rule. So I'm going to say No, not as a HIPAA requirement. Read More