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Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Susan J Hollenback<br />Ashford University<br />Healthcare Capstone <br />Dr. Je...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Confidentiality<br />HIPAA<br />Ethics<br />Employee Responsibility<br />Employe...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Confidentiality:<br />Patient’s rights and how to protect them <br />
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />As a healthcare professional it is your responsibility to protect a patients rig...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />HIPAA -  Health  Insurance Portability and Accountability Act<br />Requires rigo...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Ethics<br />Value of the individual with respect to right and wrong, and good or...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Responsibility<br />All employees (and new hires) <br />Complete HIPAA ...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Monitoring<br />All employees using EHR will be monitored randomly to v...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Disciplinary Actions<br />Actions taken may include:<br />Three (3) day...
Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />References<br />Pozgar, G.D. (2007). Legal aspects of Health Care<br />Administr...
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  1. 1. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Susan J Hollenback<br />Ashford University<br />Healthcare Capstone <br />Dr. Jeanette Park <br />June 9, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Confidentiality<br />HIPAA<br />Ethics<br />Employee Responsibility<br />Employee Monitoring<br />Employee Repercussions<br />
  3. 3. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Confidentiality:<br />Patient’s rights and how to protect them <br />
  4. 4. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />As a healthcare professional it is your responsibility to protect a patients right to privacy. <br />Access only patients records you are authorized to access<br />Do not allow other co-workers to view patients records if not authorized <br />Do not verbalize about patients records to others<br />
  5. 5. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act<br />Requires rigorous adherence to policies and procedures to protect patient information<br />Requires significant security standards for electronic health transactions<br />Requires all employees training in HIPAA<br />
  6. 6. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Ethics<br />Value of the individual with respect to right and wrong, and good or bad<br />Morality is a guide to the rational behavior of an individual<br />Facility providing ethical guidelines <br />Pozgar, 2007<br />
  7. 7. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Responsibility<br />All employees (and new hires) <br />Complete HIPAA requirements<br />Review and agree to ethical standards of facility<br />Sign an agreement for disciplinary actions to taken if confidentiality and privacy of any patient is violated<br />
  8. 8. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Monitoring<br />All employees using EHR will be monitored randomly to verify no unauthorized access to patient records<br />Any unauthorized access will receive disciplinary action and possible termination of employment <br />
  9. 9. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />Employee Disciplinary Actions<br />Actions taken may include:<br />Three (3) day suspension<br />Temporary leave of absence<br />Removal from current position<br />Termination of employment<br />
  10. 10. Privacy: Training to keep it private<br />References<br />Pozgar, G.D. (2007). Legal aspects of Health Care<br />Administration.(10th ed.) Sudbury, MA: Jones and<br /> Bartlett Publishers. <br />
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