Fax Received in Error - Is this a Notifiable Privacy Breach? | Episode #067

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Has this ever happened to you?

You are a clinic manager in a healthcare practice. One day, you receive a phone from a healthcare provider in another clinic.

They received a fax with patients’ health information from someone in your clinic. But the fax is not addressed to them – they received it in error.

Is this a notifiable privacy breach under Alberta’s new Health Information Act (HIA) regulations?

What should you do now?

If you work in healthcare, it is your job to manage each #PrivacyBreach with confidence, compassion, and transparency to the individuals affected by a privacy breach.

In this podcast episode, Jean L. Eaton answers frequently asked questions (FAQ) about mandatory privacy breach notification in your healthcare practice.

Learn NOW how to respond a #PrivacyBreach – Don’t get caught scrambling when a privacy breach happens!

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In This Podcast Episode Show Notes

Recorded Oct 16, 2018

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00:58 Is this a privacy breach?

01:19 Part A: Circumstances where mandatory privacy breach notification is required

02:244 Part B: Circumstances where mandatory privacy breach notification is not required

02:50 Accessed the information in a manner consistent with his role as a health services provider and did not do it for an improper purpose;

03:00 Did not use or disclose the information beyond determining that he accessed it in error.

04:50 Sending custodian must record the privacy breach

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