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General requirements: 1) Ensure the confidentiality of all electronic protected health information; 2) Protect against any reasonably anticipated threats to the security or integrity of such information; 3) Protect against any reasonably anticipated uses or disclosures of such information; 4) Ensure compliance by the workforce.

Summary:

General requirements: 1) Ensure the confidentiality of all electronic protected health information; 2) Protect against any reasonably anticipated threats to the security or integrity of such information; 3) Protect against any reasonably anticipated uses or disclosures of such information; 4) Ensure compliance by the workforce.

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Implementation specifications - required or addressable.

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The State Registrar, local registrar, or county recorder must follow specific security procedures for the issuance of certified copies of birth, death, and marriage records.

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The electronic provision of [clinical lab] test results shall be in accordance with any applicable federal law governing privacy and security of electronic personal health records. However, any state statute that governs privacy and security of electronic personal health records, shall apply ... and prevail over federal law if federal law permits.

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To ensure security of a donor's personal information the CPHS shall determine the following have been met before releasing information for research purposes: Birth Defects Monitoring Program contractors or other entities have a plan sufficient to protect personal information from improper use and disclosures, contractors or other entities have a plan sufficient to destroy or return all personal information when it is no longer needed, and contractors or other entities have provided written assurances that personal information will not be reused or disclosed in an unauthorized manner. Furthermore, CPHS shall determine whether the requested information is needed to conduct the research, permit access to information only if it is needed for the research, permit access only to the minimum necessary information needed, require subject codes if research can be conducted without social security numbers, and require the agency to conduct a portion of data processing to minimize the release of personal information.

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Every health care service plan shall file with the director a copy of their policies and procedures to protect the security of patient medical information to ensure compliance with the Confidentiality of Information Act. Upon the request of enrollees or subscribers, health care service providers shall provide a written statement of their plan to maintain the confidentiality of medical information obtained and in their possession.

Keywords:
insurer, safeguards
Summary:

All general acute care hospitals shall maintain a medical records system, based upon current standards, that organizes all medical records for each patient under a unique identifier. All portions of patients' records need not be stored in a single location or be in electronic format.

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