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HIPAA Compliance

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires that any health care provider, health care clearinghouse or health plan must comply with standards that have been developed to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of individual health information.

HIPAA is mainly about Protection of Health Information (PHI) on strictly Need to Know, Need to use basis.

Review of polices in line with Security and privacy rules.

I.Policies on the Standards for Administrative Safeguards

II.Policies on the Standards for Physical Safeguards

III.Policies on the Standards for Technical Safeguards

IV.Organizational Requirements

HL7 v 3.0 (Health IT Enabled Health reform) is a key component of HIS interoperability efforts and a significant standard in its own right.

HL7 is a syntax standard specifically designed by the healthcare industry to facilitate patient data exchange between computer applications and systems–typically systems within or connected to one healthcare enterprise.

Electronic Health Records (EHR)

Tracking key patient-level clinical information in order to give health providers clear visibility into the health status of their patient populations

Applying clinical decision support designed by health care providers to help improve adherence to evidence-based best practices

Executing electronic health care transactions (prescriptions, receipt of drug formulary information, eligibility checking, lab results, basic patient summary data exchange) with key stakeholders.

Reporting a focused set of meaningful care outcomes and evidence-based process, which will be required by virtually any conceivable new value-based payment regimes.

All “Eligible Providers” and “Eligible hospitals” must achieve meaningful use by 2015.









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