Legal Aspects of HIM In - Class Activities Workbook Chapter 11
Purpose: This in-class activities workbook has been designed solely for Dakota State University Health Information Management students use to serve as proof of participation in the HIM 170 Legal Aspects of HIM class activities. Table of Contents Chapter 11 Activities: Activity 11-1 Fill in the Blanks Activity 11-2 Studymate Terms Matching Activity Activity 11-3 Studymate Content Pick-A-Letter Activity Activity 11-4 Powerpoint Scenario Activity 11-5 Review Risk Assessment, Contingency Plan and Recovery Process Activity
Activity 11-1. Complete the fill in the blanks below. - Healthcare organizations must address circumstances that threaten privacy and security of patient information. - The HIPAA Security Rule requires implementation of security safeguards to protect ePHI - Threats to health information can be categorized as: o Human o Natural o Environmental - Human threats o Can be Intentional o Can be unintentional - Two main types of Medical Identity Theft o Use of name and other personal identifiers without knowledge or consent of the victim to obtain medical services o Use of name and other personal identifiers to obtain money by falsifying claims for medical services - Medical identity theft can be internal or external o Internal (most common): committed by organization insiders - o External: committed by
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- Spring '17
- Julie Wulf-Plimpton