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What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would

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  1. Allied Health

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  2. health

    What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would otherwise permit
  3. Health

    What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would otherwise permit
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  14. medical insurance

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  15. health

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  16. law and ethics in allied health

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  17. health care law

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  20. accounting

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  26. HCA 220

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  37. Physical Science

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  40. English

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  41. ethicsand morals

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  43. ethic and social responsibility

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  44. Health (Ms. Sue)

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  45. Accounting

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  46. math

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  47. health

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  48. For Susan: Medical Coding and Billing

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  49. Health

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  50. Law and Ethics in med

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  51. Math

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  52. math

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  53. statistics

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  54. statistics

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  55. Confidentiality in Allied Health

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  57. health

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  58. accounting

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  59. statistics

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  60. English

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  62. Confidentiality in Allied Health

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  63. Grammar

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  64. Health and Human Services

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  65. MEDICAL ETHICS

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  66. medical transcription

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  72. Science 8th grade please check (revised answer

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  78. algebra & trigonometry

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  84. math

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  92. Statistics

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  97. statistics

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  98. Confidetiality of Health information

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  100. Math

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