Click HERE to view the PowerPoint for VIM's Annual Privacy and Security Training.

Answer the corresponding questions below after reading through the slides.

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* You should only access a patient's medical record if you need to do so for your duties at VIM.
* It is okay to share information with family or friends even if you don't have the patient's permission.
* It is okay to share your password with a coworker who just needs to quickly "look something up."
* All suspected privacy and information security incidents should be reported to the Privacy Officer, Security Officer, or a supervisor.
* At initial registration, patients are provided with VIM's Notice of Privacy Practices that explains, in plain language, how their health information may be used.
* You may access any PHI you want if you are a health care employee or volunteer, even if the person is not your patient.
* Which of the following are good practices to follow at your workstation?
* If a paper containing PHI is no longer needed, it should be placed in the regular trash container immediately.
* A patient has the right to request a copy of their health record.
* It would be permissible under current privacy regulations for you to look up a coworker's address in the electronic medical records so you can send a get-well card.