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March 06, 2014

Using metadata tagging to share sensitive health information


By: Dan Levene, director, Cerner Behavioral Health

Cerner Behavioral Health’s Ultra-Sensitive Exchange solution for facilitating electronic communication of standard (HIPAA-level) and ultra-sensitive protected health information between behavioral health/substance abuse treatment facilities and the wider medical community was recently featured in an article in Modern Healthcare.... Read full story


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November 01, 2011

The patient right to an access report: What will happen?


By: John Travis, senior director, Compliance

Back in June, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) published the proposed rule for implementing perhaps the most challenging of the requirements of ARRA HITECH related to updating the HIPAA Security and Privacy rules. The proposed rule addressed the requirements found in Section 13405(c) of ARRA HITECH for a patient to have the right to an accounting of disclosures for disclosures made from the electronic health record of the patient’s electronic personal health information (ePHI).... Read full story


Category: Healthcare Reform

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