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- What is a HIPAA breach? Why should we care about them?
For ex. (do not use the same answer, this is just for an example)
"A HIPAA breach is the acquisition, access, use,or disclosure of the acquisition, access, use or disclosure of unsecured PHI, in a manner not permitted by HIPAA, which poses a significant risk of financial, reputation, or other harm to the affected individual. The risks of having a patients medical records and health care plans exposed to someone who should not have access ultimately violates the patients right to maintain their privacy. HIPPA is used when answering the phone, when the monitors are left open to a patients chart, even when family is walking around in the hall which is frowned upon just because of HIPPA. So we are consistently using HIPPA throughout the workday to protect the rights of our patients."
HIPPA breach means the violation of the rules of the policy in which un permitted or unsecured access ,use or disclosure of the protected or confidential health information.There is a risk for violation of HIPAA policy but healthcare data breaches are preventable by continuous analysing with good policies. HIPAA protects the privacy of health records, sensitive personal and health information of patient. It's main goal is to restrict access to the HealthCare data without obtaining permission from patient. But HIPAA is useful for patients as well as health care providers to ensure quality care.
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