HIPAA Portable Media Use Policy and Social Media Dangers
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Overview of portable media risks and responsibilities as related to HIPAA. Dangers of social media use as related to patient privacy.

Overview of portable media risks and responsibilities as related to HIPAA. Dangers of social media use as related to patient privacy.

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  • The total # of individuals affected The number of entities reporting breaches of unsecured protected health information (PHI) affecting 500 or more individuals has hit the 100 mark and thensome. 131 INCIDENTS LISTED TO DATE 17 INCIDENTS INVOLVED PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES 36 INCIDENTS INVOLVED LAPTOPS

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  • 1. HIPAA
    • PORTABLE MEDIA SECURITY
    • SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 2. PORTABLE MEDIA
    • LAPTOPS
    • MOBILE DEVICES SUCH AS
    • BLACKBERRY©DEVICES
    • PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS (PDAS) SMART PHONES…
    • WIRELESS HANDHELD DEVICES
    • USB FLASH DRIVES
    • MEMORY STICKS
  • 3.
    • PASSWORD PROTECT THE DEVICE
    • STORE MINIMUM NECESSARY
    • PHYSICALLY STORE IN SECURE LOCATION
    • DISABLE DEVICE
    • REPORT LOST OR STOLEN DEVICES
  • 4. THREAT TO PHI
    • BREACH NOTIFICATION RULE
    • OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS
    • BREACH NOTIFICATION WEBPAGE
  • 5.  
  • 6. BREACH TYPES
    • MISDIRECTED EMAIL
    • HACKING/IT INCIDENT
    • THEFT/UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS
    • IMPROPER DISPOSAL
    • TOTAL #
    • 4,699,175
    • LAPTOPS 40%
  • 7. SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 8. HEADLINES
    • “ Oakwood Hospital Employee Fired for Facebook Posting”
    • “ Nurses' jobs at risk for allegedly posting patient info on Facebook”
    • “ Hospital worker fired over Facebook comments”
    • “ Single tweet by hospital employee to Mississippi governor violates HIPAA and gets her fired”
    • “ Nurses Fired Over Cell Phone Photos Of Patient”
  • 9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFZ0z5Fm-Ng