How Does ScanSTAT Handle Requests For Records That Contain Genetic Information?

The Bottom Line  As ScanSTAT acts as the medical records custodian for our clients, we are subject to HIPAA and other regulations as they apply to care providing covered entities.… Read More

What are the implications of Restricted Access Records on organizational workflows and procedures?

Bottom Line It is paramount that organizations understand that they’re in no way obligated to restrict any patient records without the proper procedures for such a restriction having been followed… Read More

How does ScanSTAT comply with the requirements regarding the use of a Unique Identifier?

Bottom Line “Assign a unique name and/or number for identifying and tracking user identity” — HHS HIPAA Security Rules, Section 164.312(a)(2)(i). Seems simple enough, right? This document explains how ScanSTAT… Read More

How to Determine a HIPAA Violation or Breach

HIPAA Violation or Breach ScanSTAT Technologies places extreme emphasis on patient privacy and HIPAA compliance.  As technology allows for the increasing automation of office workflows, it is important to remember… Read More

What is the difference between tracking Release of Information and Accounting of Disclosure?

Bottom Line HIPAA requires that all Covered Entities have a system in place to track the release of protected health information (PHI).  This regulation impacts the processes surrounding Release of… Read More

How Should Scanstat Clients Handle Disputes From Third Party Requesters Regarding Records, Billing Or Compliance?

The Bottom Line You’ve made a smart choice to partner with ScanSTAT for Release of Information (ROI) and we appreciate the opportunity to earn your trust each day! Now that… Read More