HIPAA - Annual Presentation Quiz
First and Last Name
Your answer
1. The criminal penalties for improperly disclosing protected health information can be as high as fines of $250,000 and prison sentences of 10 years.
6 points
2. Why are confidentiality and privacy important concepts in health care?
6 points
3. Which of the following are common ways employees protect client privacy.
6 points
4. Sally is a long-term resident of a group home and has been receiving mental health services for many years. As her case manager, you have been concerned about some recent side effects of Sally's medication and you need to consult her doctor. What shoud you do?
6 points
5. Confidentiality protections cover not just patients' health-related information, such as why they are being treated, but also information such as address, age, Social Security numbers, and phone number.
6 points
6. You are approached by an individual who tells you that he is here to work on the computers and wants you to open a door for him or point the way to a workstation. How do you respond to this request?
6 points
7. Any West Bergen employee who violates HIPAA privacy policy is subject to punishments up to and including firing or termination of work privileges?
6 points
8. Which of the examples below is NOT a common work practice that protects the confidentiality of client information?
6 points
9. Privacy laws have exceptions that allow staff to report suspected cases of child abuse to the police when they are required to do so by other laws?
6 points
10. Under what circumstances are you free to repeat to others PHI that you hear on the job?
6 points
11. What should you do if you suspect a co-worker is violating the facility's privacy policy?
6 points
12. Which of the following are common features designed to protect the confidentiality of health information contained in client medical records.
6 points
13. Computer equipment that has been used to store PHI must undergo special processing to remove all traces of the information before it can be discarded.
6 points
14. Why do providers have special concerns now for protecting client privacy.
6 points
15. Only employees who need access to client records have to worry about protecting client privacy and confidentiality?
6 points
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms