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The patient's allergy information is contained in a separate record created at the time of registration and assigned a different medical record number.
amp;#8220;We treat every one of our patients as if they were our friends or family - not just a medical record number.
The study is immediately put into a pending status, so once ths associated patient arrives at Denver Health, the study is assigned to that patient, with a medical record number immediately attached to it.
The impermissible disclosure of PHI involved the loss of documents consisting of a patient schedule containing names and medical record numbers for a group of 192 patients, and billing encounter forms containing the name, date of birth, medical record number, health insurer and policy number, diagnosis and name of providers for 66 of those patients.
The first test was that the first part of the Episode ID in the AN-SNAP record matched the Medical Record Number in the HCP file, along with the Admission and Separation dates.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Instead of unique patient identifiers, most health systems currently use a technique known as statistical matching that retrieves a patient's medical record by searching for attributes such as name, birth date, address, gender, medical record numbers, and all or part of the patient's Social Security number (SSN).
Because no current national identifier exists, most health systems use a technique known as statistical matching, which retrieves a patient's medical record by searching for attributes such as name, birth date, address, gender, medical record numbers, or Social Security number.
Additional patient identifying information must include the patient's medical record number (if applicable) assigned by the institution and date of birth (see GEN.