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AODAttorney of the Day (various organizations)
AODAge of Destruction (gaming)
AODAge of Discovery (gaming; EverQuest)
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AODAcousto-Optic Deflector
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AODAbomination of Desolation (biblical term)
AODAerosol Optical Depth
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AODAssociated Owners & Developers
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AODAstro on Demand (video on demand services)
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AODAdministrator on Duty
AODAgony of Defeat
AODAssembly of Dust (band)
AODAbove Ordnance Datum (height relative to the average sea level at Newlyn, Cornwall UK)
AODAlt Om Data (Danish computer magazine)
AODAnime on DVD (Anime web site)
AODAction On Decision (IRS)
AODAdvance on the Docket (legal)
AODOn-Line Diagnostic (US DoD)
AODAcademy of Design
AODAdult Onset Diabetes
AODArt of Dying (band)
AODArmy of Drinkers (Jack Colton forum members)
AODAdministrative Officer of the Day
AODAngle of Departure
AODAvailable on Demand
AODAlive or Dead
AODAngle Open Distance (glaucoma)
AODApplications on Demand (IBM)
AODArterial Occlusive Disease (medical disorder)
AODArt of Drowning (AFI album)
AODAccounting of Disclosures (HIPAA requirement)
AODArt of Defence (strategy games)
AODAdrenalin Od (band)
AODArgon Oxygen Decarbonization
AODAcknowledgement of Debt
AODAtlanto-Occipital Dislocation
AODAs Of Date
AODAir Operations Directive (USAF)
AODAutomatic Opening Device (activates a reserve parachute at a pre-determined altitude)
AODApplied Orthopedic Design (medical device development company)
AODAssays on Demand
AODApprovisionnement Outils Diamants (French: Diamond Tools Supply)
AODAngel Of Disease (band)
AODAngels of Doom (gaming clan)
AODAge of Despair
AODArea Oriented Depot
AODArt of Dreaming (book by Carlos Castaneda)
AODAirway Obstructive Disease
AODAlways on Duty
AODAdmitting Officer of the Day
AODAndrada Olivier Dépannage (French electronics maintenance company)
AODAverage Outage Duration
AODAcquisition Oversight Division (US DoD)
AODArchitecture Overview Diagram
AODAlleged Onset of Disability
AODAdministrative Operations Division
AODArea of Deployment
AODAdult Organizational Development
AODActivity Operations Director
AODAquaondemand (water treatment)
AODAlarme Optique Domotique (French: Optical Detectors Home Automation; security company)
AODAdvance Ordnance Detachment
AODADEOS-II Operational Document
AODAviation Officer of the Day
AODAir Officer of the Day
AODAnalyst on Duty
AODArea Officer of the Day
AODAcoustic-Optics Device
AODAnticipatory Obligation Directive
AODAirspace Operations Demonstration
AODAmerican Oxford Dictionary
AODAppareillage Orthopédique Dussac (French orthopedic equipment supplier)
AODAdvise of Delivery (shipping)
AODAssign Online Diagnostics
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These solutions include a suite of PHI disclosure management services comprised of release of information, government and commercial payer audit management and accounting of disclosures.
EMR vendors have a laser focus on meaningful-use incentives to drive software adoption but have paid less attention to addressing strict new privacy and security regulations--from the HIPAA Omnibus rule increasing provider penalties for breaches up to $1.5 million per year to the proposed Accounting of Disclosures (AOD) rule that may expand AODs to all electronic disclosures, including those for payment, treatment, and operations.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently issued a proposed rule that modifies the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule's standard for the accounting of disclosures of protected health information (PHI).
This last provision is known as the "accounting of disclosures" requirement.
NACDS has urged that information technology systems that are ineligible for federal funding under HITECH be exempt from the accounting of disclosures expansion.
* Accounting of disclosures must be available for three years from date of request.
Another facet of the HITECH Act that should be of concern to CIOs and other hospital leaders, Gallagher says, is the new regulation surrounding accounting of disclosure. Covered entities are now compelled to track all PHI disclosures, including those made for the purposes of treatment, payment and operation.
* Statement that describes the resident's rights concerning his or her PHI and how those rights maybe exercised, such as (i) to request restrictions concerning certain uses and disclosures of PHI, (ii) to receive confidential communications of PHI, (iii) to inspect and copy PHI, (iv) to amend PHI, (v) to receive an accounting of disclosures of PHI, and (vi) to obtain a paper copy of the privacy notice on request even if the individual has agreed to receive the notice electronically.
MRO, based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, offers electronic ROI, payer audit compliance and tracking, accounting of disclosures (AOD), meaningful use and patient portal services.
"Protecting Patient Privacy: A Guide for HIM Professionals" teaches staff members who handle patient requests for records, accounting of disclosures and court orders how to protect patient privacy and assure patient rights while managing and releasing health information.
An individual can request access to and obtain copies of his or her PHI, request that the provider amend his or her PHI, request an accounting of disclosures of his or her PHI or, within limits, restrict the use and disclosure of his or her PHI.
Topics include accounting of disclosures, professional responsibilities, rights under HIPAA, common breaches and addressing privacy violations.