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Mandatory hippa and information security

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Mandatory hippa and information security

  1. 1. Protecting our patients privacy and their right to a quality health careexperience.
  2. 2. After viewing this presentation the employee will know the following information: Organizational Ethics HIPPA Information and Data Security System Security
  3. 3.  It is the responsibility of the employees of this organization to provide clinical and professional integrity in all dealings with patients, staff, physicians and the community that we serve. This organizations board members, medical staff members and employees will ensure that this is our norm.
  4. 4.  We will provide health care services that will help our community achieve their health goals We will help them maintain their desired health goals To provide this care is the ethical responsibility of each employee.
  5. 5. ULTIMATE FAIL HOW WE DO IT….  We will not provide or perform unnecessary procedures  We will fairly and accurately represent ourselves and what we are to do for our patients  We will be honest and courteous
  6. 6. Honesty + Truth +Fair = Ethical Care
  7. 7. HOW: By being sensitive to the diversity in our community Honor the wishes, concerns and values of our patients Respect their privacy Respect and Protect the confidentiality of patients
  8. 8.  Through Education Competencies Evaluation Support and Empower our employees Recognize Stressors
  9. 9.  The HIPPA Privacy Rule is a federal law that governs uses and disclosures of patient health information by Covered Entities such as the Hospital.
  10. 10.  Use – The sharing , employment, application, utilization, examination, or analysis of information within the entity that maintains the information. Disclosure - The release , transfer, provision of access to , or divulging in any other manner of information to an entity outside the entity that maintains the information(General rules for uses and disclosures of PHI, 2006).
  11. 11. a) Created or received by a hospital or other covered entityb) Relates to the past, present, or future physical or mental health or condition of a patient with provision of health care to the patient, past, present or future payment for the provision of health care to the patientc) Identifies the individual, or with respect to which there is a reasonable basis to believe that the information can be used to identify the patient(General rules for uses and disclosure of PHI, 2006).
  12. 12.  A direct treatment provider , such as this organization under HIPPA requires that the organizations make aware to the patient their rights according to PHI. The hospital as obligations of the Hospital with respect to the Patient’s PHI and the requirement for a written Authorization from the patient for certain uses and disclosures of PHI
  13. 13.  This facility monitors and records the information that comes into and leaves the internet. Each employees is responsible for protecting the patients information. Each employee is assigned a secure and secret ID.
  14. 14.  Any Person in Violation of the User Identification and Authentication policy and procedure are subject to disciplinary action which could lead to termination
  15. 15.  This Organization reserves the right to record and periodically review and audit trails of information systems containing EPHI, to ensure that data is accesses and /or disclosed in only an authorized manner The internet is a valuable and important resource for research related to our business activities.
  16. 16.  The Internet is a privilege, DO NOT ABUSE THIS PRIVILDEGE The information contained in this slideshow is also available in more detail in the policy and procedure manual. All employees will be tested annually on hospital policy and procedures and each employee will be given education on any and all changes to policy and procedure

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