Private HIPAA Information
Personal Health Information
Protected Health Information
None of the above
Patient's demographic information in computer for appointment at health dept
Patient's paper lab report that hasn't been filed yet
A report containing the number of HIV cases in the state of TN
A nurse discussing a patient's diagnosis with a physician
The length of time you've been employed
Your last job evaluation
Your answers to a questionnaire you fill out
Your role in the organization
Computers must be password protected.
Computer must be secured to desk with an anti-theft device.
PHI can't be sent in the body of an email, has to be sent as a password-protected attachment.
Computer monitors displaying PHI must face away from the public or have a privacy screen.
Must be given to a patient at every visit.
Must be accepted by the patient.
Is offered to the patient during their first visit.
None of the above.
Employees only look at health information necessary to do their job.
It's okay to look up a co-worker's record to get their home number.
Medical records must be a minimum of 10 pages.
Every clinic nurse is required to see a minimum of 10 patients a day.
Accessing the computer to get information on a neighbor.
Releasing a copy of a record to an unauthorized recipient.
Disclosing PHI in a conversation with someone outside of the Health Dept.
All of the above.
Every 30 days
Every 60 days
Every 90 days
Every 120 days