HIPAA (1)1 - Running Head HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY Healthcare Case Study Involving HIPAA Privacy Rule Students Name Institutional Affiliation 1 HEALTHCARE

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Running Head: HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY1Healthcare Case Study Involving HIPAA Privacy RuleStudent’s NameInstitutional Affiliation
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HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY2DateEventIdentified privacy rule/principle14THSeptemberPatient readmitted back to St. John Hospital and treated with antibiotic regiment. Right to fair treatment5thOctober Emergency department of Mercy Hospital where the patient was admitted requested September’s faxed copies of medical records from St. John Hospital.Right of access to Information of the patient’s treatment history.15thOctoberMedical records from may for the patient mailed to Dr. Lyon from St. John Hospital. Change of Health insurer by patient. Liberty Life and Health.Individual right of access to information. Doctor patient relationship30thOctober Patient requests September health records. Mr. Day indicated the suspension of the direct release of records to patient since it violated states law.Individual right of access to information10thNovember Patient receives Comfort Healthcare brochure and samples. She complains to St. John Hospital through a call received by Jessica Carter(a Candy striper)Infringing on the right to quality healthcare12thNovemberPatient’s may medical records requested by Liberty Life and Healthinsurer Right to access information for health records to make a finding17thNovember Patient’s May records requested by acase worker (Johnson County Children’s Services) after suspectingher children’s abuse due to her episode condition by then.Exercising of legal authority20thNovember Correlational study performed on St.John’s physical therapy department. Right to access information for furthering course of treatment21stNovemberSeminar by Dr. King (orthopedic surgeon) about Knee amputation techniques Informational exchange provisions as set down in HIPPASummary
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HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY3On September 14:Ms. Jones was readmitted to St. John Hospital with an infection of theprosthetic site. She was treated with an antibiotic regimen. It is, therefore, the cumulating of theexercise of the right to health services for every citizen in the country. When an individual hasbeen diagnosed with the condition in which Ms. Jones was diagnosed with, it means that St
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