Legal Aspects and HIPAA requirements when recording surgical procedures

 

Presented by Steven Schwaitzberg, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Getting Your Video Accepted


why is the HIPAA privacy rule needed?–2:11
PHI, covered entity, use, disclosure–4:31
identifiers–5:34
use of PHI in covered entity–6:11
use of PHI outside covered entity–9:47
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