Confidentiality/Privacy TestWelcome to your Confidentiality/Privacy Test First Name Last Name Your Email 1. PHI or collection of pertinent facts about an individual’s life and health history, including past and present illness(es) and treatment(s) that may be conveyed on paper, electronically or verbally is known as :Protected Health InformationPersonal Health InformationPersonal History of InformationPervasive Historical Information2. Why do we protect PHI?Confidentially protects this right of privacyIt’s the lawIt generates more paperBoth A and B3. Examples of PHI include?Information in an individual’s file, chart, or medical record considered confidential or personal in nature.Billing or health care claims data.Reporting data with initially identifiable health informationAll of the above4. Confidentially of electronically stored PHI is known as security, which is an example:Using only your RusMed email address when sending (or requesting) work-related informationShredding documentsTalking in the hallLeaving documents on the copier5. Which is not an individual’s right under HIPPA?Right to privacy protectionRight to access and copy PHI about themRight to destroy the recordRight to request an amendment to PHI about them.Right to an accounting disclosure6. Being a RusMed employee does not entitle you to get information that is not directly related your ability to provide services or consult as a professional?TrueFalse7. When leaving PHI in mailboxes it should be put in an envelope?TrueFalse8. Flash drives with individual’s information should be kept secure and have passwords?TrueFalse9. Conduct discussions about consumers so that others can overhear them?TrueFalse10. Copies of PHI can be left on the copier, printer, for fax machine for everyone to see?TrueFalse11. Dispose of paper containing PHI properly, information that needs to be shred should be kept locked up?TrueFalse12. Transport all PHI in a locked case?TrueFalse13. Visitors should check in with staff and not be allowed to roam freely?TrueFalseTime is Up!