HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel
HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel will provide information to learners on how the HIPAA ruling of 1996 affects their behavior when on the job. The book provides a brief background on the ruling; outlines the five titles included in the ruling, and delineates items from Title II that affect the medical office environment and what changes are necessary to be in compliance with this ruling.
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Introduction to HIPAA 000OOGUIUIIQIQIII1
Who is a Covered Entity?
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Administrative Simpliﬁcation ASC X12N authorization beneﬁts billing Business Associate check digit clinical compliance comply conﬁdential covered entity deﬁned deﬁnition DHHS Diagnosis Codes documented efﬁcient Electronic Data Interchange electronic transactions Emergency Department Employer Identiﬁcation encryption facility federal ﬁle ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂow group health plan HCPCS Health Care Claim health care clearinghouse health care operations health care provider health claims health information PHI health insurance HIPAA law HIPAA Ofﬁcer HIPAA ruling hospital identiﬁable health information identiﬁcation number implemented individual’s individually identiﬁable health insurance claims issued mandates Medicaid medical ofﬁce medical record Medical Savings Account Medicare minimum necessary Modiﬁcations NOPP organization passwords patient payer payment person physician Portability Privacy Rule Procedure Codes protected health information psychotherapy notes receive request safeguards Security Ofﬁcer Security Rule speciﬁc standard transaction tion Title Trading Partner Transaction and Code transmitted treatment unauthorized unique identiﬁers workforce workstation