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determining monitoring protocols. Disclosure of PHI encrypted pursuant to HIPAA guidelines is not considered a breach.6,7 Mitigate Data Security Risk; Setting up roadblocks, encrypting all PHI, installing software to remotely wipe PHI, and disabling passwords in case a device becomes loss or stolen. Requiring authentication in order to access mobile devices, that include complicated passwords or biometric measures, as well as encrypting email and text messages. Installing software that can stop malware and viruses.ConclusionThe HIPAA Privacy Rule was mandated to give constant standards in the United States for the use and disclosure of PHI by covered entities. However, in its present state, the HIPAA Privacy Rule is complex to conform with other federal regulations, that include HHS regulations for the protection of human subjects (the Common Rule). FDA regulations that pertain to human subjects,81and other applicable federal or state laws. The HIPAA Security Rule involves regulatory provisions that are separate from the Privacy Rule. This sets the stage for data securitystandards that’s in covered entities, however not all organizations that conduct health research is subdued to HIPAA regulations. To disclose information regarding a patient, the covered entity has an agreement with the patient.
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