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    Assignment: Releasing Protected Health Information due Sunday December 15, 2013.

  • Resource: Ch. 9 of Essentials of Health Information Management: Principles and Practices
  • Summarize when covered entities may release protected health information only with a patient’s consent and when they may release it without consent, for each category:




    • Government agencies
    • Legal agencies or representatives
    • Research groups



      • Discuss the principles that permit disclosure of protected health information without a patient’s consent, and state whether or not you feel privacy safeguards are adequate to support those principles.

      • Include at least two outside references.
      • Format your assignment according to APA standards.

      • Post your paper as an attachment in the Assignments Link


Here is the Week Eight Assignment and Grading Rubric, for the above assignment 8 due in the Assignment Link on Sunday December 15, 2013

Please note the value of each element.


Assignment: Releasing Protected Health Information

Purpose of Assignment

Disclosure of protected health information has serious legal implications within records management. To prevent costly mistakes, students need to be familiar with the conditions that dictate when releasing medical data requires patient consent. They also develop an opinion about the security measures currently in place to warrant releasing protected health information.

Resource Required

Ch. 9 of Essentials of Health Information Management: Principles and Practices


Written Assignment Grading Form for Releasing Protected Health Information, Due in Week Eight

chapter 9 resource is attached


Essentials_of_Health_Information_Management_2e_Ch09 (2).pdf
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