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A professional fax cover sheet will usually include important contact information. A professional cover sheet should include the sender details, including name, address, phone number, and fax number. It should also include the same necessary information about the recipient. The date and time will also be listed.
Always use cover pages. Be sure to use a Confidentiality Statement on your fax cover sheets when sending patient information. In order to be HIPAA compliant, your fax cover sheet should also include the following items: Date and time sent. Name of recipient.
Q: HIPAA does not address faxing patient information specifically, but, like any form of health information, it is protected under the privacy rule. Health care professionals need to understand that faxed patient information can easily fall into the wrong hands, which would be a violation of privacy.
When a covered entity is permitted by the HIPAA medical privacy rule to make a disclosure of protected health information (PHI), the covered entity can make the communication orally or in writing, by phone, fax, email, or otherwise. A laboratory may fax a patient's medical test results to a physician.
Steps to safer faxing: Always use a cover letter. To prevent numbers from being mis-dialed, use saved speed-dial numbers for recipients you fax frequently. Check those numbers regularly. For any new recipient, verify the number with a test email before sending PHI.
Yes. The Privacy Rule allows covered health care providers to share protected health information for treatment purposes without patient authorization, as long as they use reasonable safeguards when doing so. These treatment communications may occur orally or in writing, by phone, fax, e-mail, or otherwise.
HIPAA allows doctors and hospitals to fax a patient's medical information. HIPAA Privacy Rules do not prohibit a covered entity from faxing protected health information to doctors. Faxes sent over T38 SIP Trunks use patented real-time encryption that is HIPAA approved.
Q: HIPAA does not address faxing patient information specifically, but, like any form of health information, it is protected under the privacy rule. Health care professionals need to understand that faxed patient information can easily fall into the wrong hands, which would be a violation of privacy.
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