HIPAA Simplified – Compliance & Privacy
HIPAA’s five main components include:
- HIPAA Title I makes it possible to maintain coverage when your employment changes and you’re on a group plan. It makes it unlawful for group insurance plans to turn down people they don’t want to cover or to build lifetime maximums into contracts.
- HIPAA Title II directs the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services to establish national standards for processing electronic healthcare transactions. Healthcare organizations are required to implement secure electronic access to health data and to remain in compliance with HHS privacy regulations
- HIPAA Title III introduces new tax rules for healthcare treatments.
- HIPAA Title IV additional reforms of insurance law, with protections for those with pre-existing conditions and individuals who want to maintain their insurance.
- HIPAA Title V guidelines for business owned life insurance policies and how to handle income tax speciﬁcs when someone has their US citizenship revoked.
These regulations include:
- ASC X12 version 5010
- Auditing and Accountability
- NCPDP Scripts 10.6
- Eligibility & Authorization
- Claims Management
- Health Plan ID (HPID)
- EFT and ERA Operating Rules
- Claims Attachments Rules
- Operating Rules
As an industry leader, ADL Data is committed to helping our health care partners seamlessly navigate the path to compliance.
ADL Data has created HIPAA Simplified webpages for this purpose. We intend for HIPAA Simplified to be a living site which will be updated with new information and guidance.
Thanks for trusting ADL Data as your source for HIPAA readiness.
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