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Overview

HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel will provide information to learners on how the HIPAA ruling of 1996 affects their behavior when on the job. The book provides a brief background on the ruling; outlines the five titles included in the ruling, and delineates items from Title II that affect the medical office environment and what changes are necessary to be in compliance with this ruling.

Dan Krager,

Now retired, Dan Krager is a former Manager of Information Services, Certified Network Engineer, and HIPAA Officer for Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney, Illinois.

Carole H. Krager, Olney Central College, Olney, IL

Carole Krager, CCS, is an adjunct instructor with Olney Central Community College in Olney, Illinois. A Certified Coding Specialist, she also works as an outpatient coder for the Hospital Sisters Health System in central Illinois.
  • The only resource for students who will be working in medical offices/outpatient facilities and who will have to deal with patient records, and confidentiality issues concerning patients
  • Directly addresses, �How will HIPAA impact me and my job?� for Medical Assistants
  • Chapters cover one important topic of HIPAA each
  • Written in easy to understand words with complete glossary of HIPAA definitions included
  • Chapters have review questions and practice scenarios to reinforce learning.
  • Source material is directly from federal government agencies
  • Can be a stand-alone resource for short seminar presentations OR can be used alongside current books to incorporate how HIPAA has impacted the work place
1: Introduction to HIPAA.
2: Privacy Issues Explained.
3: Transaction Standards and Code Sets
4: Security Ruling.
5: Unique Employer Identifier Standards and Summary.
6: Glossary

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  • ISBN-10: 1133480276
  • ISBN-13: 9781133480273
  • STARTING AT $14.49

  • ISBN-10: 1401865747
  • ISBN-13: 9781401865740
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $75.00
  • RETAIL $99.95

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

FOR INSTRUCTORS

HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel

ISBN: 9781401865740
HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel will provide information to learners on how the HIPAA ruling of 1996 affects their behavior when on the job. The book provides a brief background on the ruling; outlines the five titles included in the ruling, and delineates items from Title II that affect the medical office environment and what changes are necessary to be in compliance with this ruling.

FOR STUDENTS

HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel

ISBN: 9781401865740
HIPAA for Medical Office Personnel will provide information to learners on how the HIPAA ruling of 1996 affects their behavior when on the job. The book provides a brief background on the ruling; outlines the five titles included in the ruling, and delineates items from Title II that affect the medical office environment and what changes are necessary to be in compliance with this ruling.