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Office for Civil Rights - HIPAA: Medical Privacy
This page chronicles the development and implementation of the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information applicable to entities covered by the Health Insurance Portability ... Details >
Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Common Privacy Myths  External Links Disclaimer Logo
With the new federal laws protecting the privacy of health information, there has been much confusion and misinformation. This document covers the truths to some of these common myths, including healt... Details >
American Health Information Management Association
Confidentiality of Patient Records  External Links Disclaimer Logo
This document discusses the AMA's policy on supporting the basic right of patients to privacy of their medical information and their right to control access to their information.... Details >
American Medical Association
Federal Trade Commission Privacy Initiatives
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is educating consumers and businesses about the importance of personal information privacy. Read more about the FTC's efforts at this web site.... Details >
Federal Trade Commission
Health Privacy: Resources  External Links Disclaimer Logo
This page provides links to documents, reports, fact sheets, testimony, journal articles, and other publications and resources on health privacy.... Details >
Health Privacy Project
HIPAA Basics: Medical Privacy in the Electronic Age  External Links Disclaimer Logo
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) sets the standard for privacy in the electronic age where health industry, government, and public interests often prevail over the patie... Details >
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
An interactive tool provided by the Federal Government that answers your questions on getting and continuing health coverage during events such as losing or changing jobs, pregnancy, moving, or divorc... Details >
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
How to File a Health Information Privacy Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights
Also available in: Spanish
If you believe that a person, agency or organization covered under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule ("a covered entity") violated your (or someone else's ) health i... Details >
Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Internet Do's and Don'ts for Kids
This web site is designed to educate children about the rules of the Internet. The information is presented in a fun way, using educational games and stories. Topics covered include computer hacking, ... Details >
U.S. Department of Justice
KIDZ Privacy
The focus of this site is on protecting children's' privacy while they're online. This web site is designed for use by children, parents, web site administrators and members of the general public. Th... Details >
Federal Trade Commission
Kidz Privacy for Adults
Tips for parents on how to ensure their children's personal information is protected when they use the Internet.... Details >
Federal Trade Commission
Kidz Privacy Online: Just for Kidz
This page presents a checklist of important facts children should know for surfing the Internet safely and protecting their privacy and personal information while using the Internet.... Details >
Federal Trade Commission
Medical Records Confidentiality Issues  External Links Disclaimer Logo
The selected resources included in this list offers links to organizations related specifically to confidentiality issues.... Details >
American Medical Informatics Association
Myths and Facts about the HIPAA Privacy Rule  External Links Disclaimer Logo
The HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Privacy Rule takes critical steps in requiring that privacy and security be built into the policies and practices of health care provide... Details >
Health Privacy Project
Online Safety Rules for Kids
A listing of things that children should and should not do online so as to protect themselves and their privacy while using the Internet.... Details >
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Safety Tips for Kids on the Internet
Important tips for children to follow if they are using the Internet. Using this information will help protect children and protect children's privacy online.... Details >
U.S. Department of Justice
Welcome to Health Privacy 101  External Links Disclaimer Logo
Individuals share a great deal of sensitive, personal information with their doctors. This information is then shared with others, such as insurance companies, pharmacies, researchers, and employers, ... Details >
Health Privacy Project

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