HIPAA Hot Water Quiz

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My supervisor asked for my computer password; should I give it to them?

1 out of 25

I can never remember my password; should I write it down?

2 out of 25

How often do I have to change my MSSCA password?

3 out of 25

I forgot my MSSCA Password; what should I do?

4 out of 25

What are MSSCA's password requirements?

5 out of 25

My coworker forgot their password, should I give them my password so they can login?

6 out of 25

My coworker forgot their password; should I let them use my computer where I am logged in?

7 out of 25

I have consumer notes that I would like to work on at home, should I copy them to a flash drive?

8 out of 25

I cannot access some files and folders on the "S" drive, what should I do?

9 out of 25

I have a personal device that needs charging which takes a usb port, should I plug it into MSSCA's computers?

10 out of 25

What does the acronym MSSCA stand for?

11 out of 25

What does the acronym PHI stand for?

12 out of 25

What does the acronym ePHI stand for?

13 out of 25

What does the acronym HIPAA stand for?

14 out of 25

What does the acronym HITECH stand for?

15 out of 25

Should I work on consumer notes while in a busy library where people are waiting to get onto a computer?

16 out of 25

While working at home, I often leave the computer where I am logged into resources through the application portal; is this okay?

17 out of 25

Can I ask my spouse to proof read a consumer note while working remotely?

18 out of 25

I need to know if my boss email me; is it okay to have my spouse check my MSSCA email from home?

19 out of 25

I am working at a remote location and my supervisor is located at Head Quarters. I need to print a document to turn in to my supervisor; should I print the document remotely and transport it to my supervisor?

20 out of 25

My spouse accidentally read my notes while I was working in Therap; is this a HIPAA violation?

21 out of 25

While in my office, a consumer walks in, sits down and starts reading about another consumer on my computer screen; is this a HIPAA violation?

22 out of 25

I needed to take a bathroom break and left my computer with me logged in, someone walks by to see if I am at my desk and reads a note about my consumer; is this a HIPAA violation.

23 out of 25

I left my workstation while logged in to take a bathroom break; I was only gone five minutes, is this a HIPAA violation?

24 out of 25

My monitor faces a public area; what should I do if someone walks up while I am working on a consumer note? (Choose all that apply)

25 out of 25

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