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Frustrated with entering information into an electronic medical record? Limited on the amount of “characters” in a block? Being a medical language specialist/medical records technician enables me to apply and edit dictated medical thoughts into readability. Feel bad boarding your pets when out of town? Instead, keep them in their comfortable surroundings at home and let me provide them individual care. Of course they will still miss you, but they can still smell your scent at home and not be totally stressed out while being boarded. Interests: Medical Transcription, Electronic Medical Records, DBA HIPAA Privacy Officer, DBA Feral Cat Caregiver, North Carolina Notary Public, Continuing Education, LinkedIn groups, Inside919, Meetup groups, blogging.
HIPAA Fun Facts
CFR – The first number (e.g., 45) is the Title of the Code, CFR stands for “Code of Federal Regulations,” and the second number (e.g., 164.312) is the section within that title.
Under 45 CFR 164.312 (a)(2)(i) – Unique User Identification of the HIPAA Security Rule, each and every workforce member should have a unique user identifier when logging into a software program that has access to electronic protected health information (PHI). One of the reasons is that there needs to be an audit trail to track use and disclosure of this information. Individuals have a right to be provided with an account of disclosure of their protected health information based on the HIPAA Privacy Rules.
Animal Fun Facts
The upper beak of a parrot is called a rhinotheca and the lower beak is called a gnathotheca (gnath`o*the”ca\).
Dogs are one of only two mammal species that have prostate glands. The other species is human.
The proper name for a group of cats is a clowder. A group of kittens is called a kindle.
Some cats – both feral and domestic – do kill birds, but the major threat to birds is man, through use of pesticides and destruction of habitat.
Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility – 10 Guiding Principles (introduced in 1998 by the National Notary Association)
- The Notary shall, as a government officer and public servant, serve all of the public in an honest, fair and unbiased manner.
- The Notary shall act as an impartial witness and not profit or gain from any document or transaction requiring a notarial act, apart from the fee allowed by statute.
- The Notary shall require the presence of each signer and oath-taker in order to carefully screen each for identity and willingness, and to observe that each appears aware of the significance of the transaction requiring a notarial act.
- The Notary shall not execute a false or incomplete certificate, nor be involved with any document or transaction that the Notary believes is false, deceptive or fraudulent.
- The Notary shall give precedence to the rules of law over the dictates or expectations of any person or entity.
- The Notary shall act as a ministerial officer and not provide unauthorized advice or services.
- The Notary shall affix a seal on every notarized document and not allow this universally recognized symbol of office to be used by another or in an endorsement or promotion.
- The Notary shall record every notarial act in a bound journal or other secure recording device and safeguard it as an important public record.
- The Notary shall respect the privacy of each signer and not divulge or use personal or proprietary information disclosed during execution of a notarial act for other than an official purpose.
- The Notary shall seek instruction on notarization, and keep current on the laws, practices and requirements of the notarial office.