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Terms and Conditions
HIPAA Policy - PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI) CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT
Terms and Conditions
Examples of Misuse
Accessing confidential information that is not within the scope of your duties
Unauthorized reading of patient account information
Unauthorized reading of a patient's claim
Unauthorized access of personnel file information
Accessing information that you do not "need-to-know" for the proper execution of your duties.
Misusing, disclosing without proper authorization, or altering confidential information:
Making unauthorized marks on a patient's claim
Making unauthorized changes to a personnel file
Sharing or reproducing information in a patient claim or a personnel file with unauthorized personnel
Discussing confidential information in a public area such as a waiting room or elevator.
Disclosing to another person your sign-on code and/or password for accessing electronic confidential information or for physical access to restricted areas
Telling a co-worker your password so that he or she can log in to your work or access your work area
Telling an unauthorized person the access codes for personnel files, patient accounts, or restricted areas.
Using another person's sign-on code and/or password for accessing electronic confidential information or for physical access to restricted areas
Using a co-worker's password to log in to the MCCF computer system or access their work area
Unauthorized use of a login code for access to personnel files, patient accounts, or restricted areas
Intentional or negligent mishandling or destruction of confidential information
Leaving confidential information in areas outside of your work area, such as the breakroom or your home.
Disposing of confidential information in a non-approved container, such as a trash can.
Leaving a secured application unattended while signed on
Being away from your desk while you are logged into an application.
Allowing a co-worker to use your secured application for which he or she does not have access after you have logged in.
Attempting to access a secured application or restricted area without proper authorization or for purposes other than official MCCF business
Trying passwords and login codes to gain access to an unauthorized area of the computer system or restricted area
Using a co-worker's application for which you do not have access after he or she is logged in.
The examples above are only a few types of mishandling of confidential information. If you have any questions about the handling, use or disclosure of confidential information please contact your supervisor, manager, or director.