Gina received a call from a police officer who was requesting medical information needed in filing a police report for a member who ha

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Gina received a call from a police officer who was requesting medical
information needed in filing a police report for a member who had a
gunshot wound. Can she provide the requested information? Please
select the best answer.
Yes, as long as the police officer provides the member’s SSN and DOB.
Yes, she can provide the information right away.
No, because the police officer is not related to the member.
No, because gunshot wounds are not covered in the member’s plan.
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Elliana 3 months 2022-02-11T13:00:30+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    Answer: A. To report PHI to a law enforcement official reasonably

    able to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat

    to the health or safety of an individual or the public.

    • To report PHI that the covered entity in good faith

    believes to be evidence of a crime that occurred on the

    premises of the covered entity.

    • To alert law enforcement to the death of the individual,

    when there is a suspicion that death resulted from

    criminal conduct.

    • When responding to an off-site medical emergency, as

    necessary to alert law enforcement to criminal activity.

    • To report PHI to law enforcement when required by law

    to do so (such as reporting gunshots or stab wounds).

    Explanation:

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