RE: Looking for Input - Physician Related

2003-10-29 Thread Chris Brancato-HDS
Dan, The news is replete with unintended consequences of HIPAA Privacy. Stories of Vets denying the owners access to their information because of HIPAA privacy. {Personally, this one takes the cake for me! Since when are vets part of the health care system! I can't get my dog's medical record

RE: Aaccounting for disclosures - required by law ( was Medicare audits: operations?)

2003-02-14 Thread Chris Brancato
Title: Message We may have come full circle with this discussion. I concur. Ive not read anything that makes me believe that releases required by law are treatment; payment or designated operations. Therefore, I think these releases must be accounted for. Here is a related

RE: EMS and the NPP

2003-01-23 Thread Chris Brancato
advise you all to read the regulation, it is pretty clear on the delivery of the notice. Thanks, Beth Kranda -Original Message- From: Chris Brancato [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 12:31 PM To: WEDI SNIP Privacy Workgroup List Subject: RE: EMS and the NPP

RE: EMS and the NPP

2003-01-22 Thread Chris Brancato
the Credit Card companies do. Hope that helps. Chris Brancato -Original Message- From: Ribelin, Donald [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 8:03 AM To: WEDI SNIP Privacy Workgroup List Subject: RE: EMS and the NPP An interesting question from our EMS HIPAA rep

RE: Employee Termination Procedure

2003-01-20 Thread Chris Brancato
if this came to pass about the notification process to the ex-employee when legal action reaches the court level. You certainly could sue the ex-employee but damage control is certainly in order. Out of this, you certainly could gain confidence in your patient depending on how you handle it. Chris Brancato