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Tag: PHI

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Proposed changes to an individual (patient’s) right of access, part 2

Feb. 16, 2022 / By Kelly Long, BS, CPC, CPCO, CAPM

The intent for an individual’s right of access to their protected health information (PHI) is to allow the easing of some administrative requirements, the removal of certain provisions of the […]

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Health care PHI and security: The ongoing struggle to protect patient personal information

Feb. 2, 2022 / By Karla VonEschen, MS, CPC, CPMA

It’s difficult these days to do anything in health care without hearing about securing protected health information (PHI) or reading about a security breach. During a recent office visit, I […]

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Proposed changes to an individual (patient’s) right of access

Jan. 12, 2022 / By Kelly Long, BS, CPC, CPCO, CAPM

Throughout my 25 years working in the health care industry, I have always had a passion for compliance; and my career path reflects that passion. As a 3M HIS compliance […]

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AI Talk: Privacy, beer, marketing and doodling

March 29, 2019 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

This week’s AI Talk… Federated Learning to overcome privacy issues Anyone working with health information knows that getting access to clinical data for any purpose is a non-trivial exercise. PHI—protected […]

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Oh my poor ears, was that PHI I just heard?

Aug. 14, 2017 / By Kelly Long, BS, CPC, CPCO, CAPM

Being familiar with the healthcare industry has proven most valuable over the years. However, it is also a curse. We are expected to react to certain situations that others take […]

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Looking for a Future in Healthcare IT? Think About a Career in Data

June 24, 2015 / By AJ Dandrea

Data as a career may be a bit ambiguous. How about looking for a career in data modeling, preserving, securing, delivering and making data readily available? Beyond the obvious solutions […]