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82 terms
Ethics: HIPAA
What does HIPAA stand for?
When was HIPAA passed by Congress?
When did the DHHS implement the guidel…
In general, HIPAA is defined as a poli…
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
1996
2003
Electronically
What does HIPAA stand for?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
When was HIPAA passed by Congress?
1996
34 terms
HIPAA ETHICS
HIPAA
PHI
Who does HIPAA apply to?
How do you identify what business asso…
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
protected information
All health care institutions and providers, Health plans (ins…
if they come into contact with, or may realistically come int…
HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
PHI
protected information
10 terms
Professional ethics HIPAA
PHI (protected health information ) is
Example of misuse of info
Privacy goals
PHI will be limited to those who need…
any info a hospital receives / creates that may be used to id…
info in a medical record may be used to discriminate against…
maintain trust with patients... patients will be informed and ed…
provide care... handle payment... manage heath care operations
PHI (protected health information ) is
any info a hospital receives / creates that may be used to id…
Example of misuse of info
info in a medical record may be used to discriminate against…
ethics: hipaa laws
reasons for hipaa
who created the hippa act
hippa act (aka)
what is hipaa amended to
to combat waste, fraud, and abuse in health insurance and hea…
104th us congress
Public Law 104-191
internal revenue code of 1986
reasons for hipaa
to combat waste, fraud, and abuse in health insurance and hea…
who created the hippa act
104th us congress
31 terms
Ethics, HIPAA, and Studies Test
ethic
code of ethics
code of ethics for doctors
code of ethics personally
study of right and wrong based on moral law
promote optimal level of wellness, preserve life, or peaceful…
health care worker knows the limits of practice, maintains co…
health care worker maintains a high standard of ethical and l…
ethic
study of right and wrong based on moral law
code of ethics
promote optimal level of wellness, preserve life, or peaceful…
35 terms
Ethics: Contractual Relationships and HIPAA
Contracts
Professional contract
Patient contract
Binding contract
An agreement between 2 or more competent parties covering a l…
Can accept or reject a new pt unless DDS participant in a fed…
Can accept or reject proposed care
The court will enforce an agreement of a contract only if the…
Contracts
An agreement between 2 or more competent parties covering a l…
Professional contract
Can accept or reject a new pt unless DDS participant in a fed…
50 terms
Law, Ethics, & HIPAA
law
regulate
punish
remedy
system by which society gives order to our lives
control rules and standards
enforce penalties for infractions of rules and standards
make wrongs that are committed right
law
system by which society gives order to our lives
regulate
control rules and standards
48 terms
Ethics, Jurisprudence, and HIPAA
abandonment
agent
Americans with Disabilities Act
assault
desertion; refusal to treat a patient without notice
1. a person whose discussions and actions are a reflection an…
legislation passed by Congress in 1990, to end discrimination…
threat of touching a person without consent
abandonment
desertion; refusal to treat a patient without notice
agent
1. a person whose discussions and actions are a reflection an…
18 terms
HIPAA Law and Ethics
Acceptance
Confidentiality
Disclosure
Empathy
Tolerance
the act of holding information in confidence, not to be relea…
the legal right of a person to be informed of what will happe…
Identification with and understanding of another's situation,…
Acceptance
Tolerance
Confidentiality
the act of holding information in confidence, not to be relea…
HSA HIPAA and Ethics
FERPA
HIPAA
What does FERPA protect?
The law applies to all schools that re…
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
The privacy of student education records.
The US Department of Education
FERPA
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
31 terms
Legal Responsibilities, HIPAA, & Ethics
malpractice
negligence
assault
battery
failure to use the degree of skill or standard of care expect…
failure to give care normally expected, resulting in injury
a threat or attempt to injure
unlawfully touching a person without their consent
malpractice
failure to use the degree of skill or standard of care expect…
negligence
failure to give care normally expected, resulting in injury
25 terms
Law & Ethics - Security & HIPAA
Secretary of the U.S. Department of He…
computerized physician order entry (CP…
What is a major goal of the Security R…
Specifically, covered entities must:
HIPAA Privacy Rule & Security Rule.
* providers are using clinical applications such as COPE syte…
* To protect the privacy of individuals' health information…
1. Ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of…
Secretary of the U.S. Department of He…
HIPAA Privacy Rule & Security Rule.
computerized physician order entry (CP…
* providers are using clinical applications such as COPE syte…
27 terms
Ethics, Legal Implications, and HIPAA
Autonomy
Beneficence
Normaleficence
Justice
Commitment to include patients in decisions about all aspects…
Positive actions to help others
The avoidance of harm or hurt
Fairness
Autonomy
Commitment to include patients in decisions about all aspects…
Beneficence
Positive actions to help others
18 terms
Law and Ethics HIPAA laws
acceptance (p. 16)
confidentiality (p. 19)
disclosure (p. 19)
empathy (p. 16)
The therapist accepts the client for who he or she is, includ…
. Nondisclosure of privileged information
Honest and open sharing of personal knowledge, as well as ide…
ability to understand the unique world of another
acceptance (p. 16)
The therapist accepts the client for who he or she is, includ…
confidentiality (p. 19)
. Nondisclosure of privileged information
29 terms
HIPAA LAW & ETHICS
True
Medical patients rights act
AMA
FDA
Always admit any mistake that was made
All patients have the right to have their personal privacy re…
Sicle standards for physicians are set by
Which organization have jurisdiction over testing and approvi…
True
Always admit any mistake that was made
Medical patients rights act
All patients have the right to have their personal privacy re…
19 terms
Midterm (Ethics/HIPAA)
What comes first in health care?
Refers to standards of acceptable beha…
Refers to a person's inner value syste…
What is an example where ethics and mo…
The individual rights of the patients
Ethics
Morals
Abortions; it's legal but it may not be acceptable according…
What comes first in health care?
The individual rights of the patients
Refers to standards of acceptable beha…
Ethics
20 terms
CPSE Legal and Ethical Standards: HIPAA
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
HIPAA really only applies when health…
Describe what a psychotherapist should…
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
transmission in some electronic form
1. follow HIPAA if stricter than CA law... 2. follow CA law if s…
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
58 terms
Law and Ethics Ch. 8 HIPAA
HIPAA
PHI
Privacy
Covered Entities
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act... A federal…
Protected health information. Contains information that has o…
Freedom from unauthorized intrusion. Protected by the 1st, 3r…
Healthcare providers that transmit HIPAA transactions electro…
HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act... A federal…
PHI
Protected health information. Contains information that has o…
20 terms
CPSE Legal and Ethical Standards: HIPAA
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
HIPAA really only applies when health…
Describe what a psychotherapist should…
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
transmission in some electronic form
1. follow HIPAA if stricter than CA law... 2. follow CA law if s…
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
20 terms
CPSE Legal and Ethical Standards: HIPAA
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
HIPAA really only applies when health…
Describe what a psychotherapist should…
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
transmission in some electronic form
1. follow HIPAA if stricter than CA law... 2. follow CA law if s…
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
20 terms
CPSE Legal and Ethical Standards: HIPAA
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
HIPAA really only applies when health…
Describe what a psychotherapist should…
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
transmission in some electronic form
1. follow HIPAA if stricter than CA law... 2. follow CA law if s…
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
20 terms
CPSE Legal and Ethical Standards: HIPAA
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
HIPAA really only applies when health…
Describe what a psychotherapist should…
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
transmission in some electronic form
1. follow HIPAA if stricter than CA law... 2. follow CA law if s…
What was the underlying goal of HIPAA?
to protect Americans with medical conditions from losing heal…
Describe the 3 rules that comprise HIP…
1. privacy rule: regulations regarding confidential patient i…
52 terms
Chapter 3: Ethics, Jurisprudence, and HIPAA
abandonment
agent
Americans with Disabilities Act
assault
desertion; refusal to treat a patient without notice
a person whose discussions and actions are a reflection and r…
mandates nationally that individuals will not be discriminate…
the threat of touching a person without consent
abandonment
desertion; refusal to treat a patient without notice
agent
a person whose discussions and actions are a reflection and r…
67 terms
Health vocab:ethics, Hipaa, privacy
FERPA
HIPAA
accountability
Privacy
family education rights and protection act- federal law that…
health insurance portability and accountability act of 1996-…
healthcare fraud is a federal crime
PHI (protected health information). data that is specific to…
FERPA
family education rights and protection act- federal law that…
HIPAA
health insurance portability and accountability act of 1996-…
17 terms
code of ethics, HIPAA, informed consent
ethics
hippocrates
maimonides
nightingale
the study of right and wrong, based on moral law
hippocratic oath
maimonides-prayer of __________ maimonides
___________ pledge
ethics
the study of right and wrong, based on moral law
hippocrates
hippocratic oath
10 terms
Medical Law & Ethics, Records and HIPAA
OCR
Good Samaritan Act
NPP
HHS
Office of Civil Rights
law enacted to protect health care professionals for liabilit…
Notice of Privacy Practices. A document detailing health care…
US Department of Health and Human Services
OCR
Office of Civil Rights
Good Samaritan Act
law enacted to protect health care professionals for liabilit…
55 terms
Chapter 3: Ethics, Jurisprudence, and HIPAA
Dental Jurisprudence
Ethics
Stare Decisis
Common Laws
The law that governs dentistry
Moral Judgement; concept of good and evil
"Let the decision stand"
Everyone is treated fairly under the same circumstances
Dental Jurisprudence
The law that governs dentistry
Ethics
Moral Judgement; concept of good and evil
21 terms
Hs2 HIPAA/ ethics and legal
Contract
Tort
(Tort) malpractice
(Tort) assault qnd battery
Agreement between two or more parties
Wrongful acts that do not involve contracts
Failire to use skills and knowledge
Threat/attempt to injure and unlawful touching.... Assault is…
Contract
Agreement between two or more parties
Tort
Wrongful acts that do not involve contracts
19 terms
Law, Ethics, & HIPAA OC MEDA
Define law
What are the 4 functions of the law?
What are the 4 sources of the law?
What is the definition of civil law?
System by which society gives order to our lives
Regulate: control rules and standards... Punish: enforce penalti…
Common law: derived from the customs of society and court dec…
a wrong, or perceived wrong, committed against a person or to…
Define law
System by which society gives order to our lives
What are the 4 functions of the law?
Regulate: control rules and standards... Punish: enforce penalti…
10 terms
HIPAA QUIZ FOR MEDICAL LAW & ETHICS
Who passed the HIPAA law?
What year was the HIPAA law passed?
Who is defined as covered entities for…
The privacy rule protects health infor…
Congress took action
1996
All health care providers, health plans, health care clearing…
Spoken, written, and electronic
Who passed the HIPAA law?
Congress took action
What year was the HIPAA law passed?
1996
10 terms
Legal and Ethical Chapter 9 - The HIPAA Privacy Rule
Access
Business Associate Agreement
Covered Entity(CE)
Designated Record Set
one of the rights protected by the Privacy Rule, the right of…
a written and signed contract that allows covered entities to…
persons or organizations that must comply with the HIPAA Priv…
a group of records maintained by or for a covered entity enco…
Access
one of the rights protected by the Privacy Rule, the right of…
Business Associate Agreement
a written and signed contract that allows covered entities to…
11 terms
VCOM Ethics 8&9: HIPAA 1996
what are the basic principles of hipaa
Title One
What is important about Title two
what are the security rules
only access information needed to do your job. ... only tell ot…
limits insurance companies providing health insurance based o…
Administrative Simplification... - electronic transaction, priva…
protected (PHI) health information if confidenctial, availabl…
what are the basic principles of hipaa
only access information needed to do your job. ... only tell ot…
Title One
limits insurance companies providing health insurance based o…
8 terms
Ethics, HIPAA, and Consent Spring Semester Exam Review
Ethics
What are the primary reasons HIPAA was…
What is Informed Consent?
What vulnerable groups need protection…
The study of right and wrong, based on MORAL LAW
a. to provide consumers with greater access to health care in…
A process by which a fully informed patient can participate i…
1. Minor children... 2. Mentally disabled... 3. Non-native English…
Ethics
The study of right and wrong, based on MORAL LAW
What are the primary reasons HIPAA was…
a. to provide consumers with greater access to health care in…
68 terms
CMA Exam Review - Law, Ethics, and HIPAA CH 6
Definition of law
Functions of law
Sources of law
Civil law
System by which society gives order to our lives
1. Regulate: control rules and standards... 2. Punish: enforce p…
1. Common law: derived from the customs of society and court…
A wrong or perceived wrong, committed against a person or to…
Definition of law
System by which society gives order to our lives
Functions of law
1. Regulate: control rules and standards... 2. Punish: enforce p…
33 terms
Medical Law and Ethical Considerations/HIPAA Worksheet 1 of 3
misdemeanor
felony
Civil Law
Licensure
Violations of criminal law are classified as either a _______…
Violations of criminal law are classified as either a misdeme…
_____________ is concerned with the relationships between ind…
_____________ is defined as granting permission to practice.
misdemeanor
Violations of criminal law are classified as either a _______…
felony
Violations of criminal law are classified as either a misdeme…
12 terms
Medical law and ethics Chp 10 patient confidentiality HIPAA
Confidentiality
Health-insurance portability and accou…
Privacy rule 2001
Denial of the requests for privacy
Physicians are expected to maintain all confidences concernin…
Regulates the privacy of confidentiality of patient health in…
Applies to protect health information
There are extraordinary circumstances in which a request for…
Confidentiality
Physicians are expected to maintain all confidences concernin…
Health-insurance portability and accou…
Regulates the privacy of confidentiality of patient health in…
45 terms
Crisis Prevention Management, Mandated Reporters, Professionalism & Ethics, HIPAA
Crisis
CPI stands for?
Crisis Prevention Intervention is:
4 behavior levels:
a moment in time when an individual loses rational and at tim…
Crisis Prevention Intervention
a safe, non-harmful management system designed to assist prof…
anxiety level, defensive level, the acting out person level,…
Crisis
a moment in time when an individual loses rational and at tim…
CPI stands for?
Crisis Prevention Intervention
157 terms
Client's Rights and Choices Key Points, Informed Consent, Confidentiality and HIPAA, Ethics in Action, Unit 3: Ethical and Legal
Client autonomy
Informed Consent
What must be obtained to preform any p…
Informed consent protects...
A. The rights of patients to make decision about their medica…
health care provider must advise patient about potential bene…
written consent
the patient's rights and the health care providers involved (…
Client autonomy
A. The rights of patients to make decision about their medica…
Informed Consent
health care provider must advise patient about potential bene…
57 terms
HIPAA
What year was HIPAA invented?
What does HIPAA stand for?
What four main areas in the health ind…
Name two examples of how sharing healt…
August 21, 1996
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Privacy of health information, Standards of electronic transa…
Health information could be used to restrict or terminate emp…
What year was HIPAA invented?
August 21, 1996
What does HIPAA stand for?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
13 terms
HIPAA
HIPAA Confidentiality standards
HIPAA's patient protections
Which providers are affected by HIPAA
What Do providers have to do to comply…
-Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act... -HIPAA e…
-Patients' access to records... -Notice of privacy practices... -Pe…
-The Administrative Simplification standards adopted by HHS u…
-Notify patients about their privacy rights and how their inf…
HIPAA Confidentiality standards
-Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act... -HIPAA e…
HIPAA's patient protections
-Patients' access to records... -Notice of privacy practices... -Pe…
20 terms
HIPAA Exam
Business Associate
Code Sets & Uniform Coding
Covered Entity
De-Identification
NOT a covered entity but must have an agreement that they wil…
Terms that provide for uniformity and simplification of heath…
Health care providers and clearinghouses that transmit HIPAA…
-to remove all info. that identifies patients from health car…
Business Associate
NOT a covered entity but must have an agreement that they wil…
Code Sets & Uniform Coding
Terms that provide for uniformity and simplification of heath…
HIPAA
Office of civil rights
Department of Justice
Covered Entity
Protected Health Information PHI
government agent that accepts and investigates complaints rel…
Government agency that investigates the most serious violatio…
Any provider, health plan, or clearinghouse to which the Priv…
Any piece of information that identifies or could be used to…
Office of civil rights
government agent that accepts and investigates complaints rel…
Department of Justice
Government agency that investigates the most serious violatio…
8 terms
Chapter 10: HIPAA Security Rule
Access
Administrative Safeguards
Confidentiality
Security
One of the rights protected by the Privacy Rule, the right of…
A set of non standards defined by the HIPAA- the streamlining…
A legal and ethical concept that establishes the healthcare p…
1. The means to control access and protect information from a…
Access
One of the rights protected by the Privacy Rule, the right of…
Administrative Safeguards
A set of non standards defined by the HIPAA- the streamlining…
71 terms
HIPAA
What is transforming information via a…
What is a document that explains to pa…
What does HIPAA stand for?
What are the primary goals of HIPAA?
Encryption
Notice of Privacy Practices (NOPP)
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
To improve the portability and continuity of healthcare cover…
What is transforming information via a…
Encryption
What is a document that explains to pa…
Notice of Privacy Practices (NOPP)
23 terms
Chapter 8 Privacy Law and HIPAA
Freedom from unauthorized intrusion
A federal law passed in 1996 to protec…
Health care providers and clearing hou…
Electronic exchanges of information be…
privacy
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
covered entities
covered transactions
Freedom from unauthorized intrusion
privacy
A federal law passed in 1996 to protec…
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
9 terms
Chapter 9: HIPAA Privacy Rule
Business Associate Agreement
Covered Entity (CEs)
Designated Record Set
Freedom of information act (FOIA)
A written and signed contract that allows covered entities to…
Persons or organizations that must comply with the HIPAA Priv…
A group of records maintained by or for a covered entity enco…
A law covering the right of disclosure to and access by the p…
Business Associate Agreement
A written and signed contract that allows covered entities to…
Covered Entity (CEs)
Persons or organizations that must comply with the HIPAA Priv…
9 terms
HIPAA
HIPAA
HITECH
What federal law provided more penalti…
PHI
Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act
Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Healt…
HITECH
Protected Health Information
HIPAA
Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act
HITECH
Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Healt…
20 terms
hipaa
Which of the following amendments to t…
HIPAA stands for?
The department of the federal governme…
Patient complaints about privacy must…
First, Third and Fourth amendment.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
HHS- Health & Human Services
The Office for Civil Rights
Which of the following amendments to t…
First, Third and Fourth amendment.
HIPAA stands for?
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
21 terms
HIPAA
What are the goals of HIPAA?
What are the four aspects of health in…
What are examples of covered entities?
Who must comply with HIPAA?
1. To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthc…
. Transactions and code sets... . National provider identities... .…
. Healthcare plans... . Healthcare clearinghouses... . Healthcare p…
. Covered entities (they must protect information from unauth…
What are the goals of HIPAA?
1. To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthc…
What are the four aspects of health in…
. Transactions and code sets... . National provider identities... .…
28 terms
Privacy Law & HIPAA
First Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Fifth Amendment
Freedom of Speech
No soldier quartered in private citizen's home without permis…
Unreasonable search and seizure prohibited
Cannot testify against yourself
First Amendment
Freedom of Speech
Third Amendment
No soldier quartered in private citizen's home without permis…
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