Module: Virtual Scenario: HIPAA

Module: Virtual Scenario: HIPAA

 

Scenario In this virtual simulation, you interacted with other healthcare professionals at the nursing station of an acute care facility. The goal was to use clinical judgement to maintain client privacy and confidentiality through various methods of communication in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations. Review your results below to determine how your performance aligned with the goals of the simulation.

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Overall Performance You did not meet the requirements to complete this virtual skills scenario. Remediation is recommended before attempting this virtual skills scenario again.

Score: 53.8%

Essential Activities Implementing Security Safeguards

You did not demonstrate a thorough understanding of HIPAA regulations and security safeguards needed to complete this virtual skills scenario.

Sharing Protected Health Information

You did not demonstrate a thorough understanding in your responses to protect privacy and maintain client confidentiality when sharing protected health information.

Time Use And Score

Date Time

Virtual Scenario: HIPAA 7/10/2022 1 hr 9 min

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Pitfall Actions Implementing Security Safeguards

Major – You selected one or more actions that demonstrated an increased risk of negative outcome for the client when implementing security safeguard to protect client privacy and maintain client confidentiality. Therefore, further study of implementing security safeguards when using various methods to communicate with others should be reviewed prior to completing the scenario again. Spend time reviewing guidelines for security of electronic health records, promoting privacy during verbal discussion of client care, use of whiteboards, communicating with media, leaving voice messages, using a fax machine to share client information, and proper disposal of protected health information.

Sharing Protected Health Information

Major – You selected one or more actions that demonstrated an increased risk of negative outcome for the client when sharing protected health information. Therefore, further study of who has the right to share information, whom to share information with, and what information can be shared. should be reviewed prior to completing the scenario again. Spend time reviewing guidelines for sharing client information with members of the healthcare team, appropriate use of client photographs, sharing information with the client’s friends and family, reporting conditions as required by law, and understanding clients’ rights to access their healthcare records.

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