Welcome to the HIPAA- Safeguarding Protected Health Information training. First, view the slide show, then take the quiz. The quiz contains 16 questions. In order to pass you must answer at least 13 questions correctly. If you do not answer at least 13 questions correctly you will need to take the quiz again. First & Last Name (required) I have reviewed the PowerPoint HIPAA: A. Provides safeguards for PHI and rights for persons served B. Identifies who has access to what PHI C. Gives individuals control over their health care information D. Determines who is accountable for protecting PHI E. All of the above PHI is any health information that can be connected to a specific person, including all EXCEPT: A. Name B. Date of Birth C. Hobbies D. Favorite Restaurants E. Address C & D Accidental disclosure can happen when: A. Employees share too much information on social media B. Employees have private conversations in public areas C. Emails or faxes get send to the wrong person D. Filing cabinets are left unlocked E. Files containing PHI are left in common areas F. Documents containing PHI are not shredded before disposing of them G. Cell phones or laptops are lost or stolen H. All of the above Individuals whose PHI is compromised may experience: A. Identity theft B. Discrimination C. Avoidance of treatment D. All of the above The Minimum Necessary Requirement requires you to: A. Share information ONLY with Progress Industries employees B. Share information ONLY with other professional providers C. Share information ONLY necessary to complete a task or do your job D. Share information ONLY with guardians or family members A release of information will NOT tell you: A. What information you can share B. Who you can share it with C. When it can be shared D. The method (in person, in writing, electronically) in which it can be shared The Security Rule outlines which three safeguards that we must use to protect electronic PHI: A. Administrative, Legislative, Technical B. Technical, Personal, Administrative C. Physical, Administrative, Technical D. Electronic, Administrative, Physical Assigning a person in the organization to be a Privacy Officer is an example of which safeguard? A. Administrative B. Personal C. Technical D. Electronic Having locked filing cabinets and secure shred bins are examples of which safeguards? A. Physical B. Personal C. Administrative D. Legislative Encrypting data and using secure email are examples of which safeguard? A. Technical B. Physical C. Legislative D. Personal Employees who choose to keep temporary storage containers at their desk that house PHI until it gets to the shred bin must label it as confidential and empty it into the shred bins before leaving work each day. True False If you are the person who discovers a possible breach of privacy, you should: A. Contact all of your co-workers to warn them of the problem B. Contact the privacy offer of Progress Industries C. Contact the media and warn them of the problem D. None of the above Progress Industries' Privacy Offer is: A. Sahdy Ham, President/CEO B. Scott Miller, Compliance Director C. Shelly Nesheim, HR Director D. None of the above Examples of possible breaches that you should report are: A. You faxed a document with PHI to the wrong number B. After a meeting in the community you left behind files containing PHI C. You sent an email with sensitive PHI to the wrong email address D. Someone broke into your laptop where you store PHI for those you support E. All of the above Failing to report a privacy breach could cost the company, and you, thousands of dollars in fines and possibly imprisonment. True False At Progress Industries, the following people are required to follow HIPAA rules: A. President/CEO B. Privacy Officer C. Direct Support Professionals D. All of the above Non-Disclosure AgreementAs part of my employment with Progress Industries ("PI"), I have access to protected health information ("PHI") protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA"). By submitting my quiz, I am attesting that: I agree and acknowledge I receive and have access to PHI for persons served by PI as part of my employment with PI; I understand and agree that I have a duty to preserve the confidential nature of PHI for persons served by PI and ensure the PHI is not disclosed to anyone not authorized to have the information; I certify that I have not and will not retain or otherwise store (1) any digital PHI for persons served by PI on any computer, laptop, digital storage device, server, phone, tablet, or equipment or tool owned by me or (2) any hard copies of PHI for persons served by PI. I further certify I have not and will not recreate, reproduce, appropriate, disclose or cause to be disclosed any PHI for persons served by PI for my own benefit or the benefit of any third party not authorized to receive the information.