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HIP - HIPAA: Setting Ethical Client Boundaries Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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1.1 What must a clinician give to his/her employees because they do NOT have to sign the Business Associates Agreement form?
2.1 What technique helps your clients cope with the HIPAA guidelines?
2.2 According to HIPAA guidelines, what 4 things are excluded from note confidentiality?
2.3 What are two instances in which the clinician does not need the authorization of the client for disclosure?
3.1 What percent of the adult population reads at or below a ninth grade reading level?
3.2 When clients receive a notice, they must sign, initial, or otherwise acknowledge that they have received the notice. Why must they do this?
4.1 What circumstance may bypass the State and HIPAA laws requiring a parent be informed of their child’s session notes?
4.2 When is it ethically acceptable to deny a parent or guardian the rights to the client’s records?
5.1 What option does the client have when hackers or others obtain private information and an individual is harmed?
5.2 What type of clients (most especially), may become targets of of a malevolent and illegal manhunt into mental health records?
6.1 What three options were included in the changes for clinicians to protect test data?
6.2 Although the client has the right to inspect or copy clinical records for personal use, what is the client not permitted to do?

A. The “Gillman HIPAA Progress Note Format” technique
B. Give them formal training in privacy practices
C. The defense of a malpractice suite and when a clinician is satisfying documentation requirements of a licensing authority
D. (1) Medication prescription and monitoring; (2) counseling session start and stop times; (3) the modalities and frequencies of treatment furnished; and (4) results of clinical tests
E. In this way, the client’s rights are protected and the practitioner is also not at risk for becoming liable if a client does not agree with the policies later on in the treatment.
F. 50%
G. When a parent or guardian poses an imminent or potential threat to the client
H. “If a provider has a ‘reasonable belief’ that a child has been, or may be, subject to abuse or neglect, or that providing information to a parent or personal representative could endanger the minor, the provider may choose not to disclose.”
I. Clients who suffer from pedophilia or sex addictions
J. The client can only complain to the Department of Health and Human Services
K. To publish copyrighted material without the permission of the copyrighted holder
L. 1. Never record test data in the same place where test stimuli or items are reproduced, and keep all test materials out of the clinical record. 2. Attempt to obtain permission from the client or client’s representative to reproduce a redacted version of the test data, with the information concerning the stimuli or other test materials masked or removed. 3.Provide required access to the test stimuli or items when it is inextricable from the test data, but look for other means to protect that security of data

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 13 is found in Section 13 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 14 is found in Section 14 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question

Please note every section does not have an additional question below. Some sections may have more than one question.


8.1 According to AAMFT, why do Marriage and Family Therapists have unique confidentiality concerns?
9.1 What do “Covered Entities” include?
10.1 What are two major parts of the “administrative simplification” features of HIPAA?
12.1 What does a subpoena duces tecum require?
14.1 What’s “individually identifiable health information”?
15.1 When do federal regulations permit the use of protected health information in medical research?
16.1 According to Aaronson, what are two instances in which patient data is shared?

A. Healthcare providers, health plans, and healthcare clearinghouses
B. Because the client in a therapeutic relationship may be more than one person
C. A party who is in control of relevant documents to bring them to a deposition or court hearing
D. The first is truly aimed toward simplification and outlines broad measures for the standardization of a variety of healthcare transactions. The second part of "administrative simplification" addresses security and privacy issues--and this is the focus of much concern in the field
E. This term covers information that health care providers and insurance plans transmit or maintain
F. Health Studies and Drug Marketing
G. With either the client’s authorization or when the research study at clinics are reviewed and approved by an institutional review board before any medical research study begins

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