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Protected Health Information (PHI) Any identifiable health information in any form—written, electronic, or verbal—is protected by the Privacy Rule.
Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) is any identifiable patient data that is either stored or transmitted in electronic form.
Covered Entities HIPAA identifies a variety of providers as
Health Plans Any company or group that pays for medical care.
Healthcare Providers Any provider (hospital, doctor, dentist, pharmacy) that electronically transmits health information for transactions.
Healthcare Clearinghouse Organizations that process certain health information (such as converting diagnostic and treatment information into electronic bills).
Business Associate A business that provides services to a covered entity and may come into contact with PHI is known as a
Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 included the requirement that business associates comply with HIPAA to the same extent as covered entities.
Security Rule protects electronic health information that is stored or transmitted. Broken down into standards and implementation specifications, the Security Rule governs the confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) of electronic health information.
Privacy Rule which governs the use and disclosure of protected health information (PHI).
Minimum Necessary access guides all sharing of PHI. Only the minimum amount of information needed to meet a legitimate purpose should be shared.
Notice of Privacy Practices (NPP) describing how the organization will use patient records.
Created by: randistar,miller