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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. http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/privacy.html

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.  http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/hipaa/whatsnew.html

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.  http://www.dmaa.org/dmaawhitepaper10292002.htm

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.  http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1705

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. http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1702

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.  http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1701

Versel, N.  All systems go:  CMS braces for first wave of HIPAA -compliant transactions.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.  http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1718

Versel, N.  Who's your partner?  defining business associates is a problematic gray area.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.  http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1719

Versel, N.  Securing the fax:  the ubiquitous fax machine remains a "wild-card element' in the HIPAA privacy game.  Modern Physician.  Aug. 1, 2002.  http://www.modernphysician.com/archive/article.php3?refid-1717

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

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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).  http://bcbshealthissues.com/provactive/newsroom/release.vtml?id=19660

Kelly, B., senior editor.  The HIPAA identifier rules. EC Media Group, 2002. http://www.healthdatamanagement.com/html/current/CurrentIssueStory.cfm?PostID=10715

HIPAA in healthcare informatics.  Healthcare Informatics.  Ingenix.  http://www.healthcare-informatics.com/ontopic/hipaa/hcionhipaa.htm

HIPAA training:  faced with the challenge of training staff on HIPAA?  http://www.hcmarketplace.com/product.cfm?ID=12074

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.   http://wwws.monmouth.com/themcic/hip2002.htm

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.  http://www.himss.org/templates/ContentRedirector.asp?ContentId=11933

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. http://www.ahima.org/journal/pb/01.11.1.html

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.  http://www.managedhealthcareexecutive.com/mhe/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=6393

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. http://www.managedhealthcareexecutive.com/mhe/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=6394

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. http://www.auntminnie.com/redirect/redirect.asp?ItemID=51225

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.

Privacilla.org.  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.

Eddy, A. C.  A critical analysis of health and human services' proposed health privacy regulations in light of the health insurance privacy and accountability act of 1996.  Annals of Health Law.  9:1-72, 2000.

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