Brought to you by your Practical Privacy Coach and Practice Management Mentor http://www.InformationManagers.ca
Subscribe to PM Success: GO TO BLOG POST https://informationmanagers.ca/court-order
You are working at the reception desk of a healthcare practice. Suddenly, there is a police officer or court officer giving you a court order to produce patient records!
In this month’s Q&A with Jean, we discussed how to prepare patient records for a court order with confidence!
Now, just a reminder, I’m not a lawyer and I don’t play one on TV. These are my recommendations based on my experience as a director of health records in hospitals in Canada, as a court reporter, and as a mentor to clinic managers in independent healthcare practices and not legal advice.
Show Notes 01:36 How to Prepare Patient Records for a Court Order 02:40 Don’t Panic 03:16 Review the Order Carefully 04:46 What This ISN’T 07:30 Validate the Court Order 08:14 Secure the Patient Records 11:08 Inform Your Custodian, Privacy Officer 12:38 The Fine Art of Severing 14:32 Table of Contents 15:24 Prepare the Paper Record 18:36 Testimony 22:39 When You Return to the Clinic 24:24 What You Should Do Now
For complete details and to read more, subscribe to PM Success: GO TO BLOG POST https://informationmanagers.ca/court-order
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase