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HIPAA Minimum Necessary Standard

The HIPAA Minimum Necessary Standard The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires covered entities to adhere to the minimum necessary standard in regards to the use and disclosure of protected health information (PHI). In essence, healthcare workers must …

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HIPAA Right of Access

As a HIPAA covered entity, behavioral health practices have an obligation to uphold the standards set forth by the HIPAA Privacy Rule, including the right of access. The right of access mandates that patients have the right to request copies …

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Cognella Book Release 2019

Cognella Book Release 2019 Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practice for Graduate Learners provides readers with a comprehensive overview of telebehavioral health, including definitions and concepts, the benefits and barriers associated with practice, and an interprofessional framework for telebehavioral …

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HIPAA Data

HIPAA Data Storage Requirements and HIPAA Compliance The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) set forth industry standards for the proper handling of protected health information (PHI). PHI is any individually identifiable health information that the Department of Health …

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Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practi...

New Graduate Book Reviewers Requested: Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practice for Graduate Learners The Telebehavioral Health Institute is excited to let you know that Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practice for Graduate Learners has officially launched. This …

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HIPAA 101 Review: Security Rule

The HIPAA Security Rule Applies to Telehealth Practices Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), telehealth practices are considered covered entities (CEs). As a HIPAA covered entity, the HIPAA Security Rule applies to telehealth practices. What is the …

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Healthcare Breach

1,400 Patients Affected by Behavioral Healthcare Breach The Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) accidentally exposed patient’s protected health information (PHI) through its Individual and Family Support Program (IFSP). Although investigations are still underway, the healthcare breach …