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Itâ€™s Time for Innovation in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Whether it is the result of a tragic news story, a thoughtful commentary, or a segment on the entertainment networks, patient privacy rights are never far from the top of our minds. The Privacy and Security Rules contained in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) represent a concerted effort to protect the privacy and security of the volumes of patient data generated
Ontological Meta-Analysis and Synthesis of HIPAA Ontological Meta-Analysis and Synthesis of HIPAA by Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Thant Syn, Khin Win :: SSRN Share: Permalink Using these links will ensure access to this page indefinitely Ontological Meta-Analysis and Synthesis of HIPAA Proceedings of PACIS 2014, Chengdu, China 10 Pages Posted: 1 Jul 2014 University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Information and Decision Sciences Texas A&M International University - Division of International (...) Business and Technology Studies University of Wollongong - School of Information Systems & Technology (SISAT) Date Written: June 27, 2014 Abstract We present ontological meta-analysis and synthesis of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) as a method for reviewing, mapping, and visualizing the research literature in the domain cumulatively, logically, systematically, and systemically. The method will highlight the domain’s bright spots which are heavily emphasized, the light spots
Influence of the HIPAA Privacy Rule on health research. Anecdotal reports suggest that the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule (HIPAA Privacy Rule) may be affecting health research in the United States.To survey epidemiologists about their experiences with the HIPAA Privacy Rule.Thirteen societies of epidemiology distributed a national Web-based survey; 2805 respondents accessed the survey Web site and 1527 eligible professionals anonymously answered (...) questions.Responses related influences such as research delays and added cost after Privacy Rule implementation, frequency and type of Privacy Rule-related institutional review board modifications, level of difficulty obtaining deidentified data and waivers, experiences with multisite studies, and perceived participant privacy benefits under the rule. Respondents ranked their perceptions of Privacy Rule influence on 5-point Likert scales.A total of 875 (67.8%) respondents reported that the HIPAA Privacy Rule has
HIPAA and patient care: the role for professional judgment. Federal health privacy regulations, commonly known as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations, came into effect in April 2003. Many clinicians and institutions have relied on consultants and risk managers to tell them how to implement these regulations. Much of the controversy and confusion over the HIPAA regulations concern so-called incidental disclosures. Some interpretations of the privacy