Accessing PHI you need to know to do your job
Accessing a medical record to find out about a neighbor's condition
Telling a co-worker about the medical care of a patient who is also well known to the community
None of these answers are correct
A and C are correct
A, B, and C are correct
A visitor ovehears two nurses discussing a patient's condition on the elevator
A therapist discusses the patient's clinical condition with the patient in a waiting room full of patients
A patient overhears the doctor speaking to another patient in a shared hospital room.
All of these examples are allowable incidental disclosures.
Request access to their own medical record
Request a revision to their medical record
Request and accounting of the disclosures that have been made
All of the above
Share passwords with co-workers
Create a password using your name and birthdate so you can easily remember it.
Create a password that is difficult to guess and is not based on your personal information. Use upper and lower case letters, numbers, and other characters.
Write your password down and place the password next to your computer
Tell the employee they should not be breaching a patient's privacy.
Not worry about it because it is only one patient's information.
Report your concern to your supervisor and to Corporate Compliance
Call the patient and tell them you think their privacy was breached