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How is the access to PHI determined?



A. The length of time you ve been employed
B. Your last job evaluation
C. Your answers to a questionnaire you fill out
D. Your role in the organization

This question is part of HIPAA Quiz
Asked by Nashkoko, Last updated: Mar 30, 2020

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C. Reyes

C. Reyes

Answered May 31, 2018

Individuals have a right to have access to their Private Health Information in a designated record setting. Your access to PHI is decided by the security officer at our employer's office. The extent of your access is gauged by the tasks you perform on the job.

Nurses require more access than receptionists, and the doctor should have full access. With limited exceptions, the HIPPA Privacy Rule provides individuals with a legal, enforceable right to see and receive copies upon request of the information in their medical and other health records maintained by their health care providers.

 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Feb 01, 2017

Your role in the organization determines and necessitates if you are allowed to have access to PHI.
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 01, 2017

Your role in the organization
 

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