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Office for Civil Rights - HIPAA.  Medical Privacy - National Standards to Protect the Privacy of Personal Health Information.  OCR Guidance Explaining Significant Aspects of the Privacy Rule - December 4, 2002.

Worrell, B.  Analyst:  HIPAA compliance proves costly for health care providers.  Health Car Strategic Management.  20(12):6-7, Dec. 2002.

Worrell, B.  Analyst:  HIPAA compliance proves costly for health care providers.  Health Care Strategic Management.  20(12):6-7. Dec. 2002.

Amatayakul, M., and Johns, M. L.  Compliance in the crosshairs: targeting your training.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(10):16A-16F, Nov./Dec. 2002.

Dougherty, M.  It's time to finalize your privacy policies.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(10):61- 64, Nov./Dec. 2002.

Anderson, T.  Curing privacy problems:  HIPAA/Healthcare.  Journal of Healthcare Protection Management.  18(1):97-107, Winter 2002.

Paddison, N. V.  Where do we go from here?  Marketing Health Services MHS.  22(3):14-18, Fall 2002.

Amatayakul, M.  Risk assessment and serendipitous effects of HIPAA.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  16(4):7-9, Fall 2002.

Goodwin, L. K., and Prather, J. C.  Protecting patient privacy in clinical data mining.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  16(4):62-67, Fall 2002.

Tieman, J.  Looking for more time.  Modern Healthcare.  32(42):16, Oct. 21, 2002.

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.  Frequently Asked Questions  ASHRM's newsletter.  Oct. 8, 2002.

Moynihan, J. J.  Face sheet data exchanges.  Healthcare Financial Management.  56(10):106-107, Oct. 2002.

Selecky, C.  Disease management association of America white paper confirm protections for disease management in HHS's final HIPAA privacy modifications.  DMAA About the DMAA.  Press Release, Oct. 29, 2002.

Amatayakul, M.  The first line of defense against privacy complaints.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(9):24A-24C, Oct. 2002.

Sullivan, T.  Mind your business associate access:  six steps.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(9):92, 94, 96, Oct. 2002.

Practice Brief:  Implementing the minimum necessary standard.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(9):96A-96F, Oct. 2002.

Rubas, W.  Moving toward HIPAA compliance:  eight steps for behavioral providers.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  11(5):16-21, Oct. 2002.

Gue, D. G., Spearly, J., and Grove, T.  Determining what is HIPAAffordable:  a professional costing approach to HIPAA implementation.  Health Management Technology.  23(10):16, 19-20, Oct. 2002.

Hughes, G.  Creating privacy rule implementation efficiency.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(9):97-99, Oct. 2002.

Amatayakul, M.  United under HIPAA:  a comparison of arrangements and agreements.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(8):24A-24D, Sept. 2002.

The Division of Advocacy and Health Policy.  In compliance......with HIPAA rules.  Bulletin.  87(9):22, 33, Sept. 2002.

Rishel, W., and Ward, M.  HIPAA's proposal for claims attachments.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(9):67-68, Sept. 2002.

Kadas, R. M.  Cashing in on technology's dividends.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(9):71-74, Sept. 2002.

Is your ED ready for HIPAA?  how to protect privacy.  Hospital Case Management.  10(9):135-137, Sept. 2002.

Shehata, A.  Strengthening system security to prepare for HIPAA.  Health Management Technology.  23(9):14-15, 19, Sept. 2002.

Tieman, J.  HHS releases privacy rules.  Modern Healthcare.  32(32):6, Aug. 12, 2002.

Page, L.  HIPAA privacy planning starts:  but it's not easy being big.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Versel, N.  Are their heads in the sand?:  providers have been slow to work on HIPAA privacy compliance, but workgroups can help.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Beckley, E. T.  Staying on the right side of the law:  medical organizations need to get ready now for implementation of HIPAA privacy regulations.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Versel, N.  All systems go:  CMS braces for first wave of HIPAA -compliant transactions.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Versel, N.  Who's your partner?  defining business associates is a problematic gray area.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Versel, N.  Securing the fax:  the ubiquitous fax machine remains a "wild-card element' in the HIPAA privacy game.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.

Use the internet to prepare for HIPAA more efficiently.  Medicine on the Net.  8(8):1-4, 6, Aug. 2002.

HIPAA resources on the Net.  Medicine on the Net.  8(8):5, Aug. 2002.

HIPAA vendors and tools.  Medicine on the Net.  8(8):6, Aug. 2002.

HIPAA handbook helps HIM staff prepare for the new privacy rules.  Medical Records Briefing.  17(8):10, Aug. 2002.

Ready for HIPAA?  take steps to protect patient privacy before it's too late.  ED Management.  14(8):85-88, Aug. 2002.

Hughes, G.  Stop? go? how to handle proposed amendments to the privacy rule.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(7):24A-24D, July/Aug. 2002.

Hughes, G.  Simple steps to tracking disclosures.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(7):68-70, July/Aug. 2002.

Wachler, A. B., and Fehn, A. K.  HIPAA compliance date extended.  38(4):48-49, July/Aug. 2002.

Nine Key HIPAA Privacy Challenges and Recommended Implementation Solutions.  Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Health Practice.  Publication date: July 23, 2002

Information technology in health care:  it's about privacy, patient care and getting paid.  Healthcare Leadership & Managment Report.  10(7):1-6, 8, July 2002.

Friedman, E.  Rethink the privacy rules.  Modern Healthcare.  32(29):20, July 22, 2002.

HIPAA and business associate agreements.  OR Manager. 18(7):28-29, July 2002

Feightner, R. C.  Three myths about HIPAA compliance.  Provider.  28(7):63-64, July 2002.

Moynihan, J. J.  Providers may incur payer penalties under HIPAA. Healthcare Financial Management.  64-65, July 2002.

Gue, D. G.  Getting the HIPAA consent and notice mix right--for patient and provider.  Health Management Technology.  23(7):10, 12-13, July 2002.

The Division of Advocacy and Health Policy.  In compliance.........with HIPAA rules.  Bulletin American College of Surgeons.  87(6):30, 38, June 2002.

Kongstvedt, P., Lewis, M., and Quinn, J.  It's up to the covered entity:  don't rely on the vendor for HIPAA compliance.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(6):100, June 2002.

CIO survey on HIPAA activities.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  4(6):15, June 2002.

Changes to HIPAA privacy rule should ease case managers' burden.  Hospital Case Management.  10(6):81-83, June 2002.

Marshall, F.  What to look for in HIPAA technology upgrades.  Radiology Management.  24(3):12-13, May/June 2002.

Morrissey, J.  Anything but idle.  Modern Healthcare.  32(21):26-30, May 27, 2002.

Jaklevic, M. C.  Another battle:  HIPAA threatens doc referrals in soliciting donations.  Modern Healthcare.  31(18):14-15, May 6, 2002.

Rovner, J.  Some advice on consent.  Modern Healthcare.  32(18):21, May 6, 2002.

Thomas, L. M.  Federal and state privacy laws:  a primer for health information management professionals.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):1-12, May 2002.

Kouzoukas, D L.  HIPAA's privacy rule on research insight into the tension between privacy and the value of knowledge.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):13-20, May 2002.

Reiter, M.  Relationships of the proposed HIPAA security regulations to the privacy regulations.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):21-39, May 2002.

Johns, M. L.  HIPAA privacy and security:  a practical course of action.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):40-48, May 2002.

Jorling J. M., and Fayed, R.  Disease and care management:  impact of privacy rule¹.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):49-56, May 2002.

Roach, W. H., and Broccolo, B. M.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(4):57-69, May 2002.

Thomas, L. M.  Federal and state privacy laws:  a primer for health information management professionals.  Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):1-12, May 2002.

Kouzoukas, D. L.  HIPAA's privacy rule on research:  insight into the tension between privacy and the value of knowledge. Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):13-20, May 2002.

Reiter, M.  Relationship of the proposed HIPAA security regulations to the privacy regulations.  Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):21-39, May 2002.

Johns, M. L.  HIPAA privacy and security:  a practical course of action.  Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):40-48, May 2002.

Jorling, J. M., and Fayed R.  Disease and care management:  impact of privacy rule¹.  Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):49-56, May 2002.

Roach, W. H., and Broccolo, B. M.  Proposed amendments to the HIPAA privacy rule:  a step in the right direction.  Topics Health Information Management.  22(4):57-69, May 2002.

Glaser, J. P., Brown, M., and Adragna, L.  Eligibility transactions standards:  a regional collaboration demonstrates the potential payoffs and pitfalls under HIPAA rules.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(5):63-64, May 2002.

Thieleman, W.  A patient-friendly approach to the record amendment process.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(5):44-50, May 2002.

ASCs ask:  move ahead or sit tight on HIPAA?  OR Manager.  18(5):25, 26, 28, May 2002.

Rode, D.  Take another look:  proposed changes to privacy rule.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(5):14, 16, May 2002.

Amatayakul, M.  10 ways to keep implementation costs under control.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(5):16A-16C, May 2002.

Choy, A., Pitts, J., and Goldman, J.  E-health:  what's outside the privacy rule's jurisdiction?  Journal of AHIMA.  73(5):34-39, May 2002.

HIPAA compliance support via portals.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  4(4):10-12, Apr. 2002.

Voelk, R., and Geyer, A.  Get a grip on email security.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(4):50, Apr. 2002.

HIMSS survey:  HIPAA compliance top IT execs' concern.  Healthcare Purchasing News.  26(4):32, 35, Apr. 2002.

Moynihan, J.  HIPAA electronic transaction standards:  e-commerce or compliance?  Healthcare Financial Management.  56(4):98, Apr. 2002.

HIPAA privacy and security training.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(4):60A-60G, Apr. 2002.

Information technology looms large in the present and future of health care.  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  10(4):1-7, Apr. 2002.

Meyer, F.  What's a hospital CEO to do?  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  10(4):8-9, Apr. 2002.

Nolan, R. E.  Privacy study:  analysis of HHS cost estimates for the final HIPAA privacy regulation.  Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Kelly, B., senior editor.  The HIPAA identifier rules. EC Media Group, 2002.

HIPAA in healthcare informatics.  Healthcare Informatics.  Ingenix.

HIPAA training:  faced with the challenge of training staff on HIPAA?

HIPAA update: key aspects, impact.  Forum.  Bimonthly.  Mar./Apr. 2002.

Coffield, R. L.  The HIPAA Privacy Standards: Practical Guidance on Identifying Business Associates.  Washington:  American Health Lawyers Association, Mar. 2002.

Physical security and HIPAA compliance:  what two leading health systems are doing.  Hospital Security and Safety Management.  22(11):1-3, Mar. 2002.

Bettendorg, J.  Implementing HIPAA one step at a time.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(3):59-61, Mar. 2002.

Amatayakul, M., and Lazarus, S. S.  The transactions extension:  no reason to procrastinate.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(3):16A-16C, Mar. 2002.

HIPAA Progress 2002: Your Work Plan Priorities for Compliance, Tues., Feb. 26, 2002. Managed Care Information Center.

Breuer, J. R.  HIPAA privacy standards form 10,000 feet.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):1-4, Feb. 2002.

Jorling, J. M.  Health information privacy-the preemption standard.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):5-16, Feb. 2002.

Roach, W. H.  Access to protected health information:  A HIPAA primer.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):17-33, Feb. 2002.

Roberts, C. M.  Access and control of protected health information:  new individual rights under HIPAA.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):34-42, Feb. 2002.

Broccolo, B. M., and Petersen, B. W.  Compliance with the final HIPAA privacy rules:  "how do we get started?"  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):43-60, Feb. 2002.

Coffey, P. S., and Shonder, S. S.  Responding to the unknown:  the threat of future enforcement under the HIPAA privacy regulations.  Topics in Health Information Management.  22(3):61-69, Feb. 2002.

Greene, J.  8 things trustees should know (or do) about HIPAA.  Trustee.  55(2):12-15, Feb. 2002.

Kadas, R. M.  The computer-based patient record is on its way:  HMOs, the economy and HIPAA will drive adoption.  19(2):57-58, Feb. 2002.

Hirsch, R.  HIPAA business associate agreements:  practical tips can help your negotiations succeed.  19(2):61-62, Feb. 2002.

Health care closes in on HIPAA compliance.  Health Peer Review.  27(2):24, Feb. 2002.

Levin-Epstein, M.  Plans, providers should use HIPAA breathing room wisely.  Managed Care.  11(2):18, 20, Feb. 2002.

Edson, J., and Johnson, R.  HIPAA watch:  A practical approach.  23(2):10, 12, Feb. 2002.

McGinly, W. C.  HIPAA's final privacy regulations simplified for fund raising.  AHP Connect.  2(1):4-5, Feb. 2002.

Health care closes in on HIPAA compliance.  Hospital Peer Review.  27(2):24, Feb. 2002.

Amatayakul, M.  Make your telecommuting program HIPAA compliant.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):16A-16C, Feb. 2002.

Hagland, M.  Taking pages from other notebooks.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):20-26, Feb. 2002.

Ingram-Muhammad, S.  Countdown to compliance:  privacy.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):28-34, Feb. 2002.

Marsh, C.  Addressing HIPAA across the continuum.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):36-37, Feb. 2002.

Hughes, G.  Practice Brief:  Preemption of the HIPAA privacy rule.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):52, Feb. 2002.

Rode, D.  HIPAA compliance extension postpones simplification benefits.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):14, 16, Feb. 2002.

Preemption of the HIPAA privacy rule.  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):56A-56C, Feb. 2002.

Kloss, L.  What comes after HIPAA?  Journal of AHIMA.  73(2):19, Feb. 2002.

Getting started on the HIPAA privacy official's to-do list.  Medical Records Briefing.  17(2):1, 3-4, Feb. 2002.

Privacy officers need to know their HIPAA and communicate it well.  Medical Records Briefing.  17(2):2, Feb. 2002.

Lutz, S., and Hanks, T.  Vendors vie for HIPAA business.  Healthplan.  43(1):60-64, Jan./Feb. 2002.

Morrissey, J.  Paperwork, paperwork:  new extension on HIPAA comes with strings.  Modern Healthcare.  32(1):22, Jan. 7, 2002.

HIMSS News.  Atlanta, Jan. 28, 2002. HIT Industry.

PEW report:  HIPAA privacy regulation leaves many unprotected.  Internet Health care Strategies.  4(1):8-9, Jan. 2002.

Wilson, K. J., and McPherson, C. E.  It's 2002:  how HIPAA-ready are you?  Health Management Technology.  23(1):14-15, 20, Jan. 2002.

Health care industry is prepared to comply with HIPAA privacy regulations.  Health Care Strategic Management.  20(1):8, Jan. 2002.

Marietti, C.  Blueprint for privacy and security.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(1):55-58, Jan. 2002.

Culpepper, T. C.  Tackling the privacy requirements.  Healthcare Informatics.  19(1):88-90, Jan. 2002.

Abbey, D. C.  Preparing your pfs department for HIPAA.  Patient Accounts.  25(6):2-4, 2002.

Bogan, J. B.  HIPAA IT Handbook:  Strategies to Protect Health Information.  Marblehead, MA:  Opus Communications, 2002.

Practice Brief: Required Content for Authorizations to Disclose.

Carroll, J.  The coming HIPAA crisis.   Managed Care.  10(12):32-35, Dec. 2001.

Entine, A.  Implementing HIPAA a manager's blueprint.  The Health Care Manager.  20(2):49-59, Dec. 2001.

Understanding new HIPAA privacy standards for hospitals and other providers.  Health Care Strategic Management.  19(12):14-15, Dec. 2001.

Prepare, but don't panic over HIPAA regualtions.  Case Management Advisor.  Dec. 1, 2001.

Here's a wake-up call on EDI part of HIPAA.  Hospital Access Management.  Dec. 1, 2001.

Upham, R.  Education the organization.  Health Management Technology.  22(12):14, 16, Dec. 2001.

Wachler, A. B., and Fehn, A. K.  Setting the standard.  Michigan Health & Hospitals Magazine.  37(6):16-17, Nov./Dec. 2001. 

Amatayakul, M.  Release of information under HIPAA.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(10):16A-16C, Nov./Dec. 2001.

HIPAA groups offer hospitals vehicles to share information, resources.  Georgia Hospitals Association Today.  155(11):1, 6-7, Nov. 2001.

Binder, D. T.  Determining who is covered by HIPAA privacy regulation.  Managed Care.  10(11):50-51, Nov. 2001.

Paton, J. A.  Behavioral health gets a jump on compliance.  Health Management Technology.  22(11):12-13, Nov. 2001.

Burkhartsmeier, G.  HIPAA and the clinical laboratory.  Health Management Technology.  22(11):26-28, Nov. 2001.

Craig, M. Z.  HIPAA as a process reengineering challenge:  applying portfolio analysis techniques to optimize compliance strategy.  Journal of Health Care Finance.  28(1):1-6, Fall 2001. 

Senior management commitment to HIPAA must be a priority.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(11):1, 5, Nov. 2001.

Annual confidentiality quiz keeps North Kansas City Hospital employees on their toes.  16(11):8-10, Nov. 2001.

Web survey:  September results:  the price of privacy.  Modern Healthcare.  31(42):28, Oct. 15, 2001.

HIPAA headaches?  ebxml can ease healthcare's pain.  Managed Healthcare Executive.  Oct. 1, 2001.

OHA and Bricker and Eckler LLP team up to provide HIPAA resource. Columbus, OH:   The Ohio Hospital Association and Bricker and Eckler LLP. Oct. 1, 2001.

Harris, J. A.  What surgeons should know about...  Bulletin.  86(10):9-14, Oct. 2001.

New on the Net:  Special focus:  HIPAA.  Medicine on the Net.  7(10):16-27, Oct. 2001.

Gilbert, N. H.  Security vs. privacy in information technology.  Provider.  27(10):77-78, Oct. 2001.

Khulusi, B.  When once isn't enough.  Health Management Technology.  22(10):38, Oct. 2001.

Kuriyan, J.  HIPAA and MCOs:  administrative simplification or IT modernization?  Health Management Technology.  22(10):40-41, Oct. 2001.

HIPAA protects patient's rights to privacy.  Health Care Food & Nutrition Focus.  18(2):9, Oct. 2001.

Most hospitals are adding HIPAA responsibilities to existing jobs.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(10):1, 6-7, Oct. 2001.

Washburn, E. R.  Medical privacy:  from the 4th amendment to HIPAA.  The Physician Executive.  27(5):22-29, Sept./Oct. 2001.

Hirsh, W. R.  Legal Clinic:  clarifying today's complex legal issues.  The Journal of Oncology Management.  10(4):8-9, Sept./Oct. 2001.

Jaklevic, M. C.  Healthcare donations surge.  Modern Healthcare.  31(37):34, 36, Sept. 10, 2001.

AHA responds to HIPAA article.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(9):9, Sept. 2001.

Korpman, R.  The third route to HIPAA compliance.  Health Management Technology.  22(9):38, 40, Sept. 2001.

Amatayakul, M.  Five steps to reading the HIPAA rules.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(8):16A-16C, Sept. 2001.

Dougherty, M.  Working smart:  a professional practice forum...  Journal of AHIMA.  72(8):67-68, Sept. 2001.

HIPAA compliance:  you get out what you put in.  Managed Healthcare Executive.  Sept. 1, 2001.

Practice Brief:  redisclosure of patient health information.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(8):16A-16C, Sept. 2001.

Childs, N.  HHS clarifies HIPAA privacy requirements.  Provider.  27(9):9, Sept. 2001.

Questions answered on privacy rule.  OR Manager.  17(9):5, 7, Sept. 2001.

HHS clarifies health information privacy rule.  Physicians' Medicare Guide.  59(59):5, Aug. 22, 2001.

Morrissey, J.  Advances boost care, imperil privacy.  Modern Healthcare.  31(34):16-20, Aug. 20, 2001.

Morrissey, J.  Providers contend with balancing act.  Modern Healthcare.  31(34):24-27, Aug. 20, 2001.

Morrissey, J.  Compliance expenses buy benefits.  Modern Healthcare.  31(34):28-29, Aug. 20, 2001.

Carney, P.  Security an issue long before HIPAA.  Modern Healthcare.  31(34):32, Aug. 20, 2001.

HIPAA privacy rule:  clearer guidance, cloudier future.  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  9(8):1-7, Aug. 2001.

DHHS issues first guidance on new patient privacy protections.  Health Lawyers News.  5(8):14, Aug. 2001.

Nolin, C. E.  Physicians, vendors and HIPAA compliance.  Health Management Technology.  22(8):10, 12-13, Aug. 2001.

Assertive HIM professionals take on privacy officer role.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(8):1, 5-6, Aug. 2001.

To comply with HIPAA, build privacy measures on foundation of security.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(8):7-8, Aug. 2001.

HIPAA answers:  one consent covers all providers; semi-private rooms can remain.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(8):8-9, Aug. 2001.

Amatayakul, M.  Data mapping for HIPAA transactions.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(7):16A-16E, Aug. 2001.

HIPAA privacy regs to impact, alter CM responsibilities.  Hospital Case Management.  9(8):113-115, Aug. 2001.

Lanser, P.  Medical privacy:  a top-of-mind issue with patients, providers, payers, and legislators.  Journal for Healthcare Quality.  23(4):40-42, July/Aug. 2001.

Hatton, M. R.  Ready, set, go!  what's on the HIPAA horizon.  Trustee.  54(7):29-30, July/Aug. 2001.

Oosterwijk, H., and others.  A roadmap for implementing HIPAA in radiology. Auntminnie Features:  The Learning Center Community.  July 26, 2001.

Hagland, M.  The CPO elusive:  where will organizations turn to fulfill the HIPAA privacy officer mandate?  Health Informatics.  18(7):26-29, July 2001.

Lageman, R. C., and Melick, J. R.  HIPAA:  wake-up call for health care providers.  Journal of Health Care Finance.  27(4):1-6, Summer 2001.

Broccolo, B. M., and Petersen, B. W.  Final HIPAA privacy rules:  "how do we get started?"  Journal of Health Care Finance.  27(4):7-23, Summer 2001.

Waller, A. A.  HIPAA privacy compliance.  CCH Healthcare Compliance.  4(13):6-8, July 2, 2001.

Medical privacy:  thinking beyond HIPAA.  Society of Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters, CPC Journal.  54(2):124-127, July 1, 2001.

Tirone, A.  How HIPAA affects JCAHO accreditation.  Joint Commission Perspectives.  21(7):7, 11, July 2001.

Sutton, J. H.  Patient privacy and health information confidentiality.  Bulletin American College of Surgeons.  86(7):8-12, July 2001.

Business associate agreements must be updated to comply with HIPAA.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(7):1, 6-7, July 2001.

Hang onto your hat:  HIPAA is on the way.  Healthcare Benchmarks.  8(7):77-79, July 2001.

How will HIPAA affect hospital web sites?  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(7):1-2, July 2001.

HIPAA time pressure.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(7):3, July 2001.

The debate over HIPAA's likely implementation cost.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(7):3-4, July 2001.

Covich, J.  Role-based access.  Health Management Technology.  22(7):14, July 2001.

Hau, S. S.  Moving to mobile.  Health Management Technology.  22(7):50-51, 65, July 2001.

HIPAA compliance requires change.  MLA News.  :337, June-July 2001.

The effect of HIPAA on Human subjects research.  Health Law Reporter.  10(26):1-9, June 28, 2001.

Gramm-leach-bliley:  the deadlines approaches. Bond Buyer.  336(31162):A8;supplement, June 18, 2001.

A prescription for privacy.  Information Week.  842:49, June 18, 2001.

HMO execs add e-health, HIPAA to list of managed care worries.  11(21):5, June 11, 2001.

Get used to it:  HIPAA privacy regulations are here to stay.  Hospital Payment & Information Management.  June 1, 2001.

Health record standards protect patient privacy.  Today.  23(3):30, June 1, 2001.

HIPAA headaches.  News from the AMA.  June 1, 2001.

Mohan, S. V.  HIPAA regulations released on electronic transaction standards and privacy protections.  Hospital Contracts Manual. 37:1-7, June, 2001.

Paton, J. A.  Believe it:  HIPAA's here our obligation to become educated about the law.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  10(3):20, 24, June 2001.

Tomes, J. P.  A treatment plan for HIPAA anxiety disorder.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  10(3):21-24, June 2001.

Sheffel, W.  Trusted networks:  the state of healthcare security.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  10(3):26-29, June 2001.

Noble, S.  For and against privacy regs.  Health Management Technology.  22(6):12-13, June 2001.

Rogoski, R. R.  LIS shake-out.  Health Management Technology.  22(6):14-16, June 2001.

Curtin, L., and Simpson, R. L.  Can you keep a secret?  Health Management Technology.  22(6):44, June 2001

Russo, R.  Coding under the HIPAA umbrella.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):67-68, June 2001.

Practice brief:  a HIPAA privacy checklist.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):64A-64D, June 2001.

Sample (chief) privacy officer job description.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):37-39, June 2001.

Apple, G. J., and Brandt, M. D.  Ready, set, assess!  an action plan for conducting a HIPAA privacy risk assessment.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):26-32, June 2001.

Rode, D.  The winding road to the privacy rule.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):15-16, June 2001.

Amatayakul, M.  Managing individual rights requirements under HIPAA privacy.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(6):16A-16D, June 2001.

Develop a HIPAA-friendly record amendment policy now.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(6):1, 5-6, June 2001.

HIPAA's privacy rule moves forward.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(6):7, June 2001.

Lanser, E. G.  Capitalizing on HIPAA compliance.  Healthcare Executive.  16(3):6-11, May/June 2001.

Jaklevic, C.  Quite quarrelsome/provider advocates still argue against privacy rule now in effect.  Modern Healthcare.  31(21):4-5, May 21, 2001.

Ten steps to effective HIPAA implementation.  Compliance Hotline.  May 21, 2001.

Webster, S. A.  Health care upgrades computers federal act requires uniform systems; potential for errors worries professionals.  The Detroit News.  PSA-2852; business section, May 20, 2001.

Zuckerman, A.  Technical debate on insurance data.  New York Times.  Section:  C:1, May 14, 2001.

Dash, J.  VA hospitals test smart cards for patient information.  Computerworld.  35(20):51, May 14, 2001.

Risk management apprehensive over new medical privacy rules.  National Underwriter Life & Health.  105(19):68, May 7, 2001.

Dash, J.  Telecommuting under scrutiny.  Computerworld.  35(19):1, May 7, 2001.

Tribble, D. A.  The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act:  security and privacy requirements.  American Journal Health of System Pharmacy.  58(9):763-770, May 1, 2001. 

Johnson, D. E.  Market memo:  HealthSouth's automated hospital will retain nurses.  Health Care Strategic Management.  19(5):1, May 1, 2001.

What's next for medical confidentiality?  Privacy Journal.  27(7):1, May 1, 2001.

The future of risk management - report:  hospitals can cope with HIPAA costs.  Healthcare Risk Management.  May 1, 2001.

Administration gives "ok"  to privacy regulations.  Hospital Outlook.  4(4):7, May 2001.

Pritchett, M. P.  The impact of HIPAA electronic transmissions and health information privacy standards.  101(5):524-528, May 2001.

Waegemann, C. P.  An electronic health record for the real world.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(5):55-60, May 2001.

Privacy rule offically on its way--and so are costly upgrades.  Healthcare Purchasing News.  25(5):12, May 2001.

Russo, H.  HIPAA.  Creating privacy protection that works.  Caring.  20(5):12-16, 18, 20-22, May 2001.

Hagland, M.  Marketing in a HIPAA-friendly fashion.  COR Healthcare Market Strategist.  2(5):1, May 2001.

Hartsfield, S. B.  Is there help for HIPAA headaches?  Health Management Technology.  22(5):12, May 2001.

Practice brief:  laws and regulations governing the disclosure of health information.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64A-64D, May 2001.

Practice brief:  consent for the use or disclosure of individually identifiable health information.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64E-64H, May 2001.

Practice brief:  notice of information practices.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64I-64N, May 2001.

Practice brief:  patient anonymity (updated).  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64O-64R, May 2001.

Practice brief:  patient access and amendment to health records.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64S-64V, May 2001.

Practice brief:  release of information for marketing or fund-raising purposes.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):64W-64X, May 2001.

Amatayakul, M.  Forms and documentation for HIPAA privacy-closer look.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):16A-16D, May 2001.

Yaggie, E.  Release of information:  the basics.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(5):56-61, May 2001.

Releasing medical records under HIPAA.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(5):1, 4, May 2001.

Malcolm, C. and Bailey C.  HIPAA transaction standards:  legislative mandate with a silver lining.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(5):70-74, May 2001.

Health providers, vendors, others escape health plans' HIPAA compliance hassles.  Managed Care Week.  11(16):1, Apr. 30, 2001.

Rovner, J.  Despite administration approval, privacy debate rages on.  Legislative Focus:  Supplement to National Journal.  :25, Apr. 25, 2001.

Medical privacy regulation:  questions remain about implement the new consent requirement.  General Accounting Office, Washington, DC.  Apr. 2001. 

HIM's newest job:  the privacy officer's beat.  AHIMA Advantage.  5(2):1-3, Apr. 2001.

Tieman, J.  Privacy surpise.  Bush backs tough medical-data standards.  Modern Healthcare.  31(16):4, 16, Apr. 16, 2001.

Harrington, S.  HIPAA, HIPAA, hurrah!  A chance to achieve efficiencies sooner rather than later.  Health Management Technology.  22(4):14, Apr. 2001.

Blue cross/blue shield report:  HIPAA far too costly.  Healthcare Purchasing News.  25(4):16, Apr. 2001.

Lovern, E.  HIPAA privacy rule changes likely.  Thompson wants to simplify standards and ease financial burden.  Modern Healthcare.  31(14):8, Apr. 2001.

Hamby, P. H. and McLaughlin, M.  HIPAA standards offer more accuracy and eventual cost savings.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(4):58-62, Apr. 2001.

Gustafson, B. M.  HIPAA standardization signals new, streamlined PFS processes and organizational structure.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(4):82-83, Apr. 2001.

A business and a privacy issue.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(4):22, 24, 26, Apr. 2001.

Hirsch, R.  HIPAA delays are no excuse for complacency.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(4):10-11, Apr. 2001.

Litwak, P.  HIPAA privacy rules:  what plans, providers must know.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  10(2):12, 13, 31, 32, 34, 36, Apr. 2001.  

Ignagni, K.  Privacy rules vs. common sense.  Healthplan.  42(2):7, Apr. 2001.

HIPAA privacy rules arrive.  Medicine on the Net.  7(4):1-7, Apr. 2001.

How to apply Y2k lessons to patient confidentiality.  Hospital Peer Review.  26(4):55-56, Apr. 2001.

Paper shredding a safe bet for disposing confidential information.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(4):1, 10, Apr. 2001.

Assigning rights to language interpreters.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(4):2, Apr. 2001.

Nulan, C.  HIPAA - a real world prespective.  Radiology Management.  23(2):29-40, Mar./Apr. 2001.

Privacy regulations re-opened for further comment.  Hospital Outlook.  4(3):3, 6, Mar./Apr. 2001.

Korpman, R. A. and Rose, J. S.  'Second generation' internet e-health:  the gladiator for HIPAA compliance?  Physician Executive.  27(2):50-56. Mar./Apr., 2001.

Stanton, W. C., Smith, P. T., and others.  A holiday gift from Health & Human Services:  final HIPAA privacy regulations contain significant changes.  Journal of Cardiovascular Management.  12(2):21-25, Mar./Apr. 2001.

Tieman, J.  Praise HIPAA.  some providers embrace privacy regulations in hopes of securing long-term savings.  Modern Healthcare.  31(13):36-40, Mar. 26, 2001.

Guglielmo, W.  The HIPAA rules change once more.  Medical Economics.  78(6):37, Mar. 19, 2001.

Hicks, G. T.  Officials promise summit participants they will listen to HIPAA concerns.  AHA News.  37(9):3, Mar. 5, 2001.

Tieman, J.  A second chance:  new public comment period gives industry a shot at reining in HIPAA.  Modern Healthcare.  31(10):14, Mar. 5, 2001.

Too slow to face HIPAA.  Hospitals & Health Networks.  75(3):72-73, Mar. 2001.

Do privacy regs go too far?:  HIPAA:  what the final regulations mean to georgia's hospitals.  GHA Today.  15(3):1, 4-5, Mar. 2001.

Morrison, M. H.  Get ready for HIPAA.  Nursing Homes.  50(3):68, Mar. 2001.

Sarudi, D.  HIPAA coding:  costly code conversation dodged.  Hospitals & Health Networks.  75(3):28, Mar. 2001.

Dunn, P.  Help wanted.  Hospitals & Health Networks.  75(3):24, Mar. 2001.

The e-business of privacy.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(3):22, 24, 26, Mar. 2001.

Healthcare and the law of privacy.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(3):19, 20, 22, Mar. 2001.  Medicine on the net.  7(3):24, Mar. 2001.

Privacy compliance resources.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(3):7, Mar. 2001.

Hirsch, R.  The other privacy law:  preparing for the gramm-leach-bililey act.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(3):4-6, Mar. 2001.

Johnson, D.E.  HIPAA may produce better cash flow for hospitals. Health Care Strategic Management.  19(3):1-22, Mar. 2001.

AHA, WEDI, consultants, HHS offer HIPAA resources on the web.  Health Care Strategic Management.  19(3):23, Mar. 2001.

Robinson, T. C.  HIPAA's privacy standards require understanding and action.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(3):66-69, Mar. 2001.

Planning for HIPAA's privacy rule.  OR Manager.  17(3):29-30, Mar. 2001.

Best of HIPAA watch.  Health Management Technology.  22(3):6, Mar. 2001.

Rode, D.  Who's covered by HIPAA?  Journal of AHIMA.  72(3):16A-16C, Mar. 2001.

JCAHO gears up for patient confidentiality.  Hospital Peer Review.  26(3):32-33, Mar. 2001.

HFMA releases HIPAA readiness survey results.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(3):24, Mar. 2001.

Cape, C. S.  Staying current on healthcare regulations.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(3):14, Mar. 2001.

Clarke, R. L.  HIPAA's challenge to finance.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(3):16, Mar. 2001.

Goedert, J.  Annual HIMSS survey:  HIPAA awareness is growing.  Health Data Management.  9(3):8, 11, Mar. 2001.

Tieman, J.  Buyer beware:  Software can aid HIPAA compliance, but providers must weigh vendors' claims.  Modern Healthcare.  31(8):28, Feb. 19, 2001.

Tieman, J.  Setting priorities:  HIMSS survey:  complying with HIPAA is main concern of healthcare pros.  Modern Healthcare.  31(7):20, Feb. 12, 2001.

Final HIPAA privacy rule covers it all--written, spoken, and electronic.  Medical Records Briefing.  16(2):1, 5-6, Feb. 2001.

Payers ahead of providers on HIPAA.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(2):12, Feb. 2001.

HIPAA Calculators.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(2):5-6, Feb. 2001.

Five ways to deal with information security incidents under HIPAA.  Hospital Security and Safety Management.  21(10):1-3, Feb. 2001.

Dougherty, M.  Is PKI the solution to HIPAA security?  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):22-23, Feb. 2001.

Consumer privacy and "HIPAA".  Russ Coile's Health Trends.  13(4):6-7, Feb. 2001.

Uppena, M.  Preparing the physician office for HIPAA.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):81-83, Feb. 2001.

HIPAA transactions/New Jersey:  transacting ahead of the curve.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(2):16, 19, Feb. 2001.

Haglund, M.  The journey of 1,000 miles:  are providers really ready for HIPAA's privacy requirements?  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):28-32, Feb. 2001.

Dennis/Callahan, J.  The new privacy officer's game plan.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):33-37, Feb. 2001.

Sarudi, D.  HIPAA early adopters.  Hospitals & Health Networks.  75(2):39-42, Feb. 2001.

Rode, D.  Final privacy rule puts health information in national spolight.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2): 32A-32C, Feb. 2001.

Austin, S.  Wrestling the HIPAA security regulations:  two experts' advice.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):41-44, Feb. 2001.

HIPAA insights available online.  Internet Healthcare Strategies.  3(2):11-12, Feb. 2001.

Industry scan/Final privacy rule requires providers to gain more patient approvals.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(2):20-23, Feb. 2001.

Lazarus, S. S.  10 HIPAA tips for the physician office.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):55-57, Feb. 2001.

Roach, M. C.  HIPAA compliance questions for business partner agreements.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(2):45-51, Feb. 2001.

Scott/Shulte, J.  The privacy wars begin.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(2);28-29, Feb. 2001.

Tabar, P.  A security strategy:  possibly the biggest task on healthcare's to-do list.  Healthcare Informatics.  18(2):46, 48, Feb. 2001.

Flower, J., and Guillaume, P.  E-Health:  eight power factors, three scenarios.  Health Forum Journal.  :13-16, 45, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Hrynick, T.  Health plans take steps to implement new federal standards for electronic transactions.  Healthplan.  42(1):40-44, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Friedman, E.  e-gads.  Health Forum Journal.  :7-9, 45, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Hagland, M.  Major HIPAA compliance efforts underway, despite uncertainty.  Healthplan.  42(1):46-49, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Payne, R.  AMA highlights two importants medical-legal issues for 2001.  TIPS on Managed Care.  5(1):8-9, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Lutes, M.  Final HIPAA privacy rule confirms realities of digital era risk management.  TIPS on Managed Care.  5(1):10-11, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Healthcare information security:  the threats and the safeguards--and how to manage them.  Health Devices.  30(1-2):31-48, Jan./Feb. 2001.

Huchenski, J.  Business associate contracts under HIPAA's privacy rule.  CCH Healthcare Compliance Letter.  4(4):7-8, Feb. 26, 2001.

Tieman, J.  HIPAA privacy rules give policing powers.  Modern Healthcare.  31(2):12, Jan. 8, 2001.

Tieman, J., and Bellandi, D.  HIPAA will be no holiday.  Modern Healthcare.  31(1):3, 15, Jan. 1, 2001.

Demuro, P. R., and Gantt, W. A.  HIPAA privacy standards raise complex implementation issues.  Healthcare Financial Management.  55(1):42-47, Jan. 2001.

Hjort, B.  Information security:  it takes a community.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(1):67-69, Jan. 2001.

HIPAA:  where do providers stand?  Health Management Technology.  22(1):14-18, Jan. 2001.

Highlights of HIPAA.  OR Manager.  17(1):12-14, Jan. 2001.

Rode, D.  Understanding HIPAA transactions and code sets.  Journal of AHIMA.  72(1):26-32, Jan. 2001.

Major new regs coming for patient privacy, security.  OR Manager.  17(1):1, 10, 13, 14, Jan. 2001.

HIPAA primer for surgery centers.  OR Manager.  17(1):25-26, Jan. 2001.

Possible HIPAA-EMTALA conflict explained.  AHA News.  37(4):9, Jan. 2001.

Cassidy, B. S.  The next challenge:  employee training on privacy, security.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(1):16A-16C, Jan. 2001.

Gellman, R.  HIPAA marketing rule offers little protection for consumers.  Report on Patient Privacy.  1(1):6-8, Jan. 2001.

Emerging definition of 'protected data' ushers in a new era of risk management.  Report on Patient Privacy.  1(1):1-2, Jan. 2001.

Cascardo, D. C.  Start preparing your practices for HIPAA.  Medscape Money & Medicine, 2001.

HIPAA Compliance Handbook.  Gaithersburg, MD:  Aspen Publishers, Inc., 2001.

Rada, R., editor.  HIMSS Compendium Series:  HIPAA Security.  Chicago:  Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, 2001.

Coile, Jr., R. C.  The Paperless Hospital:  Healthcare in a Digital Age.  Chicago:  Health Administration Press, 2001. (p. 253-281)

Hopkins, D. S., Oswald, N., and McCaffrey, K.  CALINIX:  a multi-stakeholder statewide initiative to improve healthcare information flows.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):41-52, Winter 2000.

Niedzwiecki, P., Priest, S. L., and Pivnicny, V. C.  Leveraging HIPAA to support consumer empowerment.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):95-104, Winter 2000.

Aikins, R.  Risk management methodology for HIPAA security standard.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):29-40, Winter 2000.

Amatayakul, M.  Security measures required for HIPAA privacy.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):5-12, Winter 2000.

Haramati, N.  HIPAA security:  compliance in radiology--an academic radiology department's plan contrasted with a small private practice.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):65-82, Winter 2000.

Carter, P. I. Applying your corporate compliance skills to the HIPAA security standard.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):13-27, Winter 2000.

Knapp, T. R., Walter, J., and Renaudin, C. P.  Property rights and privacy principles.  Journal of Healthcare Information Management.  14(4):83-93, Winter 2000.

Harrison, B. M.  Internet and health care:  DHHS releases final rule on electronic transactions standards.  Journal of Law Medical Ethics.  28(4):415-417, Winter 2000.

Keener, R. E.  HIPAA looms large for 2001.  Health Management Technology.  21(12):38, 39-41, Dec. 2000.

Emig, D.  Application hosting:  back to the future.  Health Management Technology.  21(12):32, 34, Dec. 2000.

HIPAA special report:  final privacy rules affect all of health care.  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  8(12):1-5, Dec. 2000.

Walker, T.  One, two, three... authenticate me.  Health Management Technology.  21(12):16-17, Dec. 2000.

Trend of the year:  concerns about privacy.  Medicine on the Net.  6(12):6, Dec. 2000.

Rovner, J. A.  The HIPAA clock is running:  will your organization be ready?  QRC Advisor.  17(2):7-12, Dec. 2000.

Higgins, M.  HIPAA watch:  securing the perimeter.  Health Management Technology.  21(12):8, 10, 12, Dec. 2000.

Litwak, P.  It's time to get ready for HIPAA.  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow.  9(6):17, 41-45, Dec. 2000.

Amatayakul, M., and Jeffrey, S.B.  Simplification provisions prompt NCVHS report.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(10):22, 24, 25, Nov./Dec. 2000.

OIM report offers IRB recommendations.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(10):17, Nov./Dec. 2000.

Prophet, S.  Building a better CPT.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(10):64-66, Nov./Dec. 2000.

Holland, J.A.  Worlds collide:  health information meets the internet.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(10):50-53, Nov./Dec. 2000.

AHIMA releases e-health tenets.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(10):94-99, Nov./Dec. 2000.

Rode, D.  HHS releases final rules for HIPAA transactions, code sets. Journal of AHIMA.   71(10):14, 16, Nov./Dec. 2000.

Brittin, A. J.  Privacy and security standards.  Health Management Technology.  21(11):12-13, Nov. 2000.

Security and confidentiality.  Medicine on the Net.  6(11):1, 2-5, Nov. 2000.

WEDI sponsors HIPAA implementation support initiative.  Patient Accounts.  23(11):5, Nov. 2000.

DHHS, White House want to have HIPAA privacy rule finished by year's end.  Health Lawyers News.  4(11):13-14, Nov. 2000.

HIPAA could hurt ratings, Fitch warns.  Healthcare Financial Management.  54(11):24, Nov. 2000.

Roach, M. C.  HIPAA privacy:  "individual rights" and the "minimum necessary" requirements.  Journal of Health Law.  33(4):549-582, Fall 2000.

Goldman, J.  Taking the next step in medical records privacy.  Keynotes on Health Care.  34(2):1-2, Fall 2000.

Korn, D.  Medical information privacy and the conduct of biomedical research.  Keynotes on Health Care.  34(2):3, Fall 2000.  

McNelis, D., and Helbling, C.  Electronic records and signatures in health care and the interplay of E-SIGN, HIPAA, and UETA.  Health Care Law Monthly.  : 3-9, Oct. 2000.

Durham, J.C.  Be a HIPAA hero.  Health Management Technology.  21(10):14, Oct. 2000.

Parting the fog on patient data standards.  Healthcare Informatics.  17(10):30-31, Oct. 2000.

Bingham, A.  Protecting shared information.  Healthcare Informatics.  17(10):122, Oct. 2000.

Moynihan, J.J.  New england payers, providers collaborate on HIPPA compliance.  Healthcare Financial Management.  54(10):82, Oct. 2000.

HCFA issues final rule setting standards for electronic transactions in health care.  Health Care Law Bulletin.  9(1):3, Oct. 2000.

Practice brief:  portable computer security.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(9):80A-80C, Oct. 2000.

Cassidy, B.S.  Understanding chain of trust and business partner agreements.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(9):16A-16C, Oct. 2000.

Roadblocks to donors.  Trustee.  53(9):5, Oct. 2000.

Final rule no. 1:  transactions and coding.  Healthcare Informatics.  17(10):29-30, Oct. 2000.

Hagland, M.  Smart cards knock at healthcare's door.  Healthcare Informatics.  17(10):77-82, Oct. 2000.

Hirsch, W.R.  E-SIGN paves the way for electronic signatures.  The Journal of Oncology Management.  9(5):8-9, Sep./Oct. 2000.

Barrett, M. J. The evolving computerized medical record, part II.  Healthcare Informatics.  17(9):83-88, Sep. 2000.

Cassidy, B. S.  Get ready for digital signatures.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(8):16A-16C, Sep. 2000.

Fitch warns healthcare providers of HIPPA negative impact.  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  8(9):16, Sep. 2000.

Hailperin, M.  Organizing your HIPAA efforts.  Health Management Technology.  21(9):12, 74, Sep. 2000.

Halpert, A.  Access audit trails: en route to security.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(8):43-46, Sep. 2000.

Security audits.  Journal of AHIMA.  71(8):64E-64G, Sep. 2000.

Sarudi, D.  Sneaks and leaks sink privacy policies.  Hospitals & Health Networks.  74(8):40-44, Aug. 2000. 

Wagner, L.  Medical records' new traffic cop.  Provider. 26(8):24-25, 27-30, 32, 34, 35-39, Aug. 2000.

Lutz, S.  HIPAA, health plans, and the Web.  Healthplan.  41(4):50-52, July/Aug. 2000.

California Medical Association start-up offers online security solution.  Healthcare Leadership & Management Report.  8(6):17, 19, June, 2000.

Storage media for health information. Journal of AHIMA. 71(6):64A-64F, June 2000.

Cassidy, B. S. Enhance your organizations' awareness of HIPAA. Journal of AHIMA. 71(6):24A-24C, June 2000.

Fitzmaurice, J.M., and Rose, J.S.  Cutting to the chase:  what physician executives need to know about HIPAA.  The Physician Executive.  26(3):42-49, May-June 2000.

Tang, P.C.  The HIPAAcratic oath:  do no harm to patient data.  The Physician Executive.  26(3):50-55, May-June, 2000.

Christiansen, J. R.  Electronic Health Information:  Privacy and Security Compliance Under HIPAA.  Washington, DC:  American Health Lawyers Association, 2000.

Compliance Hotspots:  APCs and HIPAA.  Washington, D.C.:  Atlantic Information Services, Inc., 2000.

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