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Tag Archives: HIPAA

Play your part to protect patients

Sometimes things happen that could cause a privacy or security problem for a patient. By reporting these incidents, you can help ensure Baptist fosters and maintains the safest culture possible. The Privacy and Security Incident form makes reporting …

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A fair warning on FairWarning ®

On April 21, Baptist will begin implementing FairWarning®, a new software tool designed to monitor instances where a patient’s electronic health record is inappropriately accessed. The software allows remote teams to review audit trails, specifically looking at data from …

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HIPAA Corner: Phishing

You may not realize it, but you are a phishing target both at work and at home. Your information is worth a tremendous amount of money to cyber criminals. YOU are the most effective weapon to detect and …

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Issue: Cyber Attacks

Premera Blue Cross, a health plan in the Pacific Northwest, is notifying 11 million individuals about a cyber attack that exposed personal information. On Jan. 29, 2015, Premera discovered that cyber attackers had executed a sophisticated attack to …

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Access to your own medical record

Team members may not use their employee access to Baptist’s computer systems to access their own medical record. Employee access is to be used for work-related purposes only. To access their personal health records, team members should sign up for a …

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Crime Doesn’t Pay

A former medical assistant at a South Florida medical practice has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for stealing patient identities from a hospital database. The employee stole the identities by accessing the hospital system’s database …

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