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The Business Associate Agreement is a key component to HIPAA compliance between a Covered Entity and a Business Associate. Since DocuSign offers a BAA, we conclude that DocuSign is a HIPAA compliant service. It's important to note however, you must sign a BAA with DocuSign to be HIPAA compliant.
Zoom is a HIPAA compliant web and video conferencing platform that is suitable for use in healthcare, provided a HIPAA-covered entity enters into a business associate agreement with Zoom prior to using the platform.
A: No. The HIPAA Privacy Rule does not require you to notarize authorization forms or have a witness. Though taking the time to fill out an authorization form and get a patient's signature is an extra step, it's an important one that you can't afford to overlook.
After that, the regulation generally requires that you retain any signed Acknowledgement for at least six years after the patient is no longer active in your practice.
No standards exist under HIPAA for electronic signatures. Generally, a signature is not required for many healthcare transactions that disclose PHI for treatment or payment making the question of can e-signatures be used under HIPAA rules redundant.
Normally, a signature is not needed for healthcare transactions, so the issue of e-signatures and HIPAA compliance is irrelevant. For all uses and disclosures of PHI that are not expressly permitted by the HIPAA Privacy Rule, authorization must be obtained from the patient.
PHI stands for Protected Health Information and is any information in a medical record that can be used to identify an individual, and that was created, used, or disclosed in the course of providing a health care service, such as a diagnosis or treatment.
Health care providers will ask patients to sign a form saying that they received a copy of the notice of privacy practices. The law does not require patients to sign this. If a patient refuses to sign, it does not prevent a health care provider from using or disclosing information in ways already permitted under HIPAA.
The Final Rule modifies and expands the statements that covered entities must include in the Notice of Privacy Practices, the HIPAA-mandated notice that apprises patients of their rights with regard to protected health information (PHI) and the limits imposed upon a covered entity's uses and disclosures of PHI.
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