Encrypt her response.
Remove the confidential information from the e-mail.
Confirm she hasn't added any new confidential information
None of the above
Yes, movie stars shouldn’t expect the same level of privacy as other people.
No, Becky shouldn’t look in the medical record unless she’s involved in his care, regardless of whether he is famous or not.
Yes, put a post-it over any confidential information on my screen.
Yes, secure or lock my computer.
Yes, turn the monitor off.
No, there is nothing I need to do if I’m only running to the copier.
Help protect the privacy and security of member information.
Fulfill legal requirements.
Help staff to know what is required of them.
All of the above.
Columbia Medial Associates has no appropriate electronic forms of messaging patients.
A personal e-mail account.
Yes, it’s your medical information; you can look at it when you want.
No, you are not allowed to use your employee access to look at your own medical record.
In the locked paper confidential waste bin.
In the garbage.
In the special confidential waste bin for non-paper items.
In the recycling bin with all the other plastic recyclables
Yes, the patient is still a child and the mother has the right to know.
No, 14 year olds have the right to choose if reproductive information is shared with family.
Yes, as a staff member, Chris is required to report all privacy breaches.
No, only managers are required to report privacy breaches.
Yes, she knows the co-worker would like the flowers and wouldn’t have a problem with her looking up that information.
No, Columbia Medical Associates information should only be used for business purposes.
Choose a password that is hard to guess, one that includes numbers, letters, and special characters.
Never write down your passwords.
Change your password immediately if you think someone has inappropriately accessed your account.
Never share or ask to share passwords with others.
All of the above.
Google the internet.
Go to CMA Web.
The local library.