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In this interview, we sit down with Mary Beth Haugen, founder and CEO of Haugen Consulting Group, about the intricacies and challenges of the legal health record and how it's been impacted by EHR and other healthcare technology. Plus, we give HIM leaders some firepower on how to convince hospital leadership that defining the legal health record is important for every healthcare organization. Find more great videos at http://www.ehrvideos.com
Part 3 of 3 parts of a Protected Health Information-Electronic Health Records Seminar presented on August 22, 2013, at the Ashland County Service Center, Ashland, Ohio. From an 8-29-2013 email: With regard to a Covered Entity (CE) communicating with patients via email, here is language outlining OCR's perspective: http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/faq/health_information_technology/570.html . Note that reasonable safeguards must be in place. I [Mr. Brescia] mentioned the CE could obtain a signed consent from the patient acknowledging that the patient is aware of the potential risks associated with communicating PHI via unencrypted email and agrees to receive information from the CE via email. While this type of consent isn't required per the Frequently Asked Questions, it may be a practice the CE chooses to use so the CE and patient clearly understand how information may be communicated. With regard to a CE disclosing the Protected Health Information (PHI) of its patient when some or all of the PHI it would disclose was created by another CE, the Privacy Rule only requires CE's to make two types of disclosures: 1) to the individual when the individual requests his/her PHI under 45 C.F.R. § 164.524 (Right to Access) or § 164.528 (Right to an Accounting); and 2) to the Secretary of HHS (i.e. OCR). All other disclosures under the Privacy Rule are permissive, so, for example, the Privacy Rule does not require a CE to disclose PHI to another CE, though in certain instances such a disclosure is permitted. (*Note that under the Omnibus Rule changes, a CE may be required to send an individual's PHI to another CE pursuant to the individual's § 164.524 access request.) However, if an individual requests access to his/her PHI from a CE and the CE has PHI for the individual in its designated record set from another CE, the CE which received the access request must provide a copy of the PHI in its designated record set, including the PHI the CE received from another CE, to the individual with limited exceptions (see 45 C.F.R. § 164.524(a)). Note that the definitions of "protected health information" under 45 C.F.R. § 160.103 and of "designated record set" under 45 C.F.R. § 164.501 do not treat differently information a CE receives versus information a CE creates.
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Part 2 of 3 parts of a Protected Health Information-Electronic Health Records Seminar presented on August 22, 2013, at the Ashland County Service Center, Ashland, Ohio. From an 8-29-2013 email: With regard to a Covered Entity (CE) communicating with patients via email, here is language outlining OCR's perspective: http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/faq/health_information_technology/570.html . Note that reasonable safeguards must be in place. I [Mr. Brescia] mentioned the CE could obtain a signed consent from the patient acknowledging that the patient is aware of the potential risks associated with communicating PHI via unencrypted email and agrees to receive information from the CE via email. While this type of consent isn't required per the Frequently Asked Questions, it may be a practice the CE chooses to use so the CE and patient clearly understand how information may be communicated. With regard to a CE disclosing the Protected Health Information (PHI) of its patient when some or all of the PHI it would disclose was created by another CE, the Privacy Rule only requires CE's to make two types of disclosures: 1) to the individual when the individual requests his/her PHI under 45 C.F.R. § 164.524 (Right to Access) or § 164.528 (Right to an Accounting); and 2) to the Secretary of HHS (i.e. OCR). All other disclosures under the Privacy Rule are permissive, so, for example, the Privacy Rule does not require a CE to disclose PHI to another CE, though in certain instances such a disclosure is permitted. (*Note that under the Omnibus Rule changes, a CE may be required to send an individual's PHI to another CE pursuant to the individual's § 164.524 access request.) However, if an individual requests access to his/her PHI from a CE and the CE has PHI for the individual in its designated record set from another CE, the CE which received the access request must provide a copy of the PHI in its designated record set, including the PHI the CE received from another CE, to the individual with limited exceptions (see 45 C.F.R. § 164.524(a)). Note that the definitions of "protected health information" under 45 C.F.R. § 160.103 and of "designated record set" under 45 C.F.R. § 164.501 do not treat differently information a CE receives versus information a CE creates.
Aircraft playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL23A1203602337689 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html "A film presentation on the joint efforts of NASA and the US Air Force examining the Lockheed YF-12. Location is Dryden Flight Center and Edwards Air Force Base in California. Background of research of the development of faster aircraft at high altitudes." Public domain film from NASA, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_YF-12 The Lockheed YF-12 was an American prototype interceptor aircraft, which the United States Air Force evaluated as a development of the highly-secret Lockheed A-12 that also spawned the SR-71 Blackbird... In the late 1950s the United States Air Force (USAF) sought a replacement for the F-106 Delta Dart. As part of the Long Range Interceptor Experimental (LRI,X) program, the North American XF-108 Rapier, a Mach 3 interceptor, was selected. However, the F-108 was canceled in September 1959. During this time Lockheed's Skunk Works was developing the A-12 spy plane for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) under the Oxcart program. Skunk Works' Kelly Johnson proposed a version of the A-12 called AF-12 by the company and the USAF ordered three AF-12s in mid-1960s. The AF-12s would take the seventh through ninth slots on the A-12 production line... The main changes involved modifying the aircraft's nose to accommodate the Hughes AN/ASG-18 fire-control radar originally developed for the XF-108, and the addition of a second cockpit for a crew member to operate the fire control radar. The nose modifications changed the aircraft's aerodynamics enough to require ventral fins to be mounted under the fuselage and engine nacelles to maintain stability. Finally, four bays previously used to house the A-12's reconnaissance equipment were converted to carry Hughes AIM-47 Falcon (GAR-9) missiles. One bay was used for fire control equipment. The first YF-12A flew on 7 August 1963... The YF-12A was announced in part to continue hiding the A-12, its still-secret ancestor; any sightings of CIA/Air Force A-12s based at Area 51 in Nevada could be attributed to the well-publicized Air Force YF-12As... On 14 May 1965 the Air Force placed a production order for 93 F-12Bs for its Aerospace Defense Command (ADC). However, Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara would not release the funding... Then in January 1968, the F-12B program was officially ended... During flight tests the YF-12As set a speed record of 2,070.101 mph (3,331.505 km/h) and altitude record of 80,257.86 ft (24,462.6 m), both on 1 May 1965, and demonstrated promising results with their unique weapon system. Six successful firings of the AIM-47 missiles were completed. The last one launched from the YF-12 at Mach 3.2 at an altitude of 74,000 ft (22,677 m) to a JQB-47E target drone 500 ft (152 m) off the ground. One of the Air Force test pilots, Jim Irwin would go on to become a NASA astronaut and walk on the Moon. The program was abandoned following the cancellation of the production F-12B, but the YF-12s continued flying for many years with the USAF and with NASA as research aircraft. NASA testing The initial phase of this program included test objectives aimed at answering some questions about implementation of the B-1. Air Force objectives included exploration of its use in a tactical environment, and how AWACS would control supersonic aircraft. The Air Force portion was budgeted at US$4 million. The NASA tests would answer questions such as how engine inlet performance affected airframe and propulsion interaction, boundary layer noise, heat transfer under high Mach conditions, and altitude hold at supersonic speeds. The NASA budget for the 2.5-year program was US$14 million. Of the three YF-12As, #60-6934 was damaged beyond repair by fire at Edwards during a landing mishap on 14 August 1966; its rear half was salvaged and combined with the front half of a Lockheed static test airframe to create the one and only SR-71C... YF-12A #60-6936 was lost on 24 June 1971 due to an inflight fire... YF-12A #60-06935 is the only surviving YF-12A; it was recalled from storage in 1969 for a joint USAF/NASA investigation of supersonic cruise technology, and then flown to the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio on 17 November 1979. A fourth YF-12 aircraft, the "YF-12C", was actually the second SR-71A (61--7951). This SR-71A was re-designated as a YF-12C and... operated by NASA until September 1978, when it was returned to the Air Force...
Hit at over 2 miles! Pure luck or skill? Rex delivers expert scientific analysis of this historic record shot! According to media reports, a Canadian sniper set what appears to be a new record, picking off an enemy Kahlua-fudgebar fighter from 2.2 miles away using his McMillan Tac-50 with Schmidt and Bender PMII scope. What would a shot at over 2 miles look like? Rex and Colin Burns discuss the firing solution in full detail! PLEASE SHARE! ATTENTION: Engineers, Long Range Rifleman, Snipers, and Applied Physics Enthusiasts! Meet us in Dallas (July 28-30, 2017) for the RX17 Long Range Precision Rifle Class! This may be our last class in this format - an ultimate download of Master's Level knowledge awaits you! Hang out with Rex and crew! Break bread with us and share stories! Cost of tuition will save you thousands of dollars and will accelerate you decades into the future in terms of observational experience! TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!!! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rx17-seminar-class-no-002-tickets-34842181904?aff=es2 Thank you for your donations to the Rex Reviews Project! We hope these videos continue to be a great help to you all. Check out www.rexreviews.org for our FREE PODCAST feed! RexReviews Official Email: firstname.lastname@example.org All the music in this video was created by TiborasaurusRex, an unsigned artist. Song Title: Particle Jam Music and Lyrics by: TiborasaurusRex Instrumentation and Vocals by: TiborasaurusRex Recorded by: TiborasaurusRex
Jessie Graff becomes the first woman to complete Stage 2. » Subscribe for More: http://bit.ly/NBCNinjaWarrior » Watch Full Episodes Free: http://www.nbc.com/american-ninja-warrior/episodes NBC NINJA WARRIOR ON SOCIAL: Like NBC Ninja Warrior on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ninjawarrior/ Follow NBC Ninja Warrior on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ninjawarrior Follow NBC Ninja Warrior on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ninjawarrior/ In season 9, American Ninja Warrior follows hundreds of competitors as they test their skills on new obstacles in an attempt to join Isaac Caldiero as just the second person ever to win the $1 million grand prize. NBC ON SOCIAL: NBC YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nbc Like NBC: http://Facebook.com/NBC Follow NBC: http://Twitter.com/NBC NBC Tumblr: http://NBCtv.tumblr.com/ NBC Pinterest: http://Pinterest.com/NBCtv/ NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC NBC Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbc Find American Ninja Warrior trailers, full episode highlights, previews, promos, clips, and digital exclusives here. ABOUT AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR The action-packed series follows competitors as they tackle a series of challenging obstacle courses in both city qualifying and city finals rounds across the country. Those that successfully complete the finals course in their designated region move on to the national finals round in Las Vegas, where they face a stunning four-stage course modeled after the famed Mt. Midoriyama course in Japan. The winner takes home a grand prize of $1 million. American Ninja Warrior enjoyed an unbelievable seventh season, which saw its first ever $1 million grand prize winner when Isaac Caldiero conquered Stage 4 of Mt. Midoriyama in 26.14 seconds. Jessie Graff’s Record-Breaking Run - American Ninja Warrior: USA vs. The World https://youtu.be/arxgcrtEZ0w American Ninja Warrior https://www.youtube.com/AmericanNinjaWarrior
From Remembering Khomeini to Egypt’s President Honored here are 12 Largest Human Gatherings of All Time. Would you join? Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 7. Egypt’s President Honored Gamal Abdel Nasser (Na sir) ruled Egypt as its second president from 1956 until his death in 1970. He led the overthrow of the Egyptian monarchy in 1952 and introduced far-reaching land reforms the next year. His nationalization of the Suez Canal and handling of the Suez Crisis greatly increased his popularity in Egypt and the Arab world. His 1970 funeral in Cairo drew around five million people making it one of the largest attended events in man’s history though one that if the numbers are accurate only equaled the attendance of a parade to celebrate a baseball team. 6. Papal Gatherings d Popular Pope Francis celebrated an outdoor Mass at Rizal Park in the Philippines in 2015. No less than six million people are thought to have attended the event, which was partially dedicated to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. It concluded the Pope’s very successful six-day tour of Asia and, despite heavy rain, the atmosphere was said to be electrifying. Those who couldn’t make it to the park for the Mass stood as close as they could patiently waiting for a glimpse of the famous religious figure. The event set a record for a papal event, breaking the five million large that welcomed Pope John Paul the second to Manila in 1995 for World Youth Day. The Catholic youth festival took place from January 10-15 and was so crowded that the Pope had to be flown over the throng by helicopter. 5. Bishwa Ijtema Pictures of trains overflowing with human bodies leaving Dhaka on Sunday, January 10, 2016, after the final prayer of Bishwa Ijtema, a three-day annual religious event are shocking. It’s easy to understand why the transit systems in Bangladesh may have a hard time accommodating everyone as Bishwa Ijtema attracts millions of people. In 2010 over five million people attended, making it the second largest Islamic congregation after the Hajj and one of the biggest gatherings of people on the planet. The first events were organized in the 1950’s, and it has grown dramatically in the years since. It draws people from 150 countries around the world. Overcrowding became such an issue that the Ijtema was divided into four segments in 2015. Devotees from 16 designated Bangladeshi districts attended in 2015 and those from the remaining 16 districts attended in 2016. 4. Remembering Khomeini As the leader of the Iranian Revolution that overthrew the Pahlavi monarchy and the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah (tolla or talla) Khomeini became one of the most well-known religious figures in the world before passing away in 1989. He was honored as the Man of the Year in 1979 by Time Magazine. His life’s work and ten years in power have and will continue to shape the country. He wrote over forty books that have earned praise from Shi’a Islam scholars around the world. An estimated ten million people took to the scorching streets on June 11, 1989, to pay their respects to Khomeini. 3. Annadurai’s Funeral C.N. Annadurai was one of India’s most beloved political figures in the first half of the twentieth century. As prime minister of Tamil Nadu, a southern Indian state, he rejected the requirement to learn Hindi, an extremely popular decision. He also legalized self-respect marriages and implemented subsidies for rice. Protests against the ruling government that on several occasions landed him in prison further endeared him to the people. His funeral in 1969 was attended by a staggering fifteen million people, earning the event a spot in the Guinness Book of Records. 2. Arbaeen To commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson during a battle in the year 680, millions of people gather in the Iraqi city of Karbala for Arbaeen, the largest yearly pilgrimage in the world. The last Arbaeen, which was held in mid-November 2016 attracted around 22 million people, a ten percent increase from the 20 million that made it in 2015. The mourning period lasts 40 days. 1. Kumbh Mela Every twelve years the world’s biggest religious festival is held at the conjunction of two sacred rivers in Allahabad, India. The most recent Kumbh Mela took place over a two-month span in 2013 and attracted an estimated 120 million people, almost doubling the attendance in 2001. In one particular day, February 10, 2013, it is thought that 30 million people came to the event. The rivers become a giant swimming pool of individuals as scantily clad pilgrims splash away their sins in the holy water. To accommodate the astounding numbers a temporary city of campsites are built that covers an area larger than the Greek city Athens.