Patients’ Access to Records

Submit Journal Entry: Patient Access to Records


For your journal entry this week, consider your ethical obligation to allow your client’s access to their records and be sure to address:

Length: 2-4 pages

Your journal entry should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect graduate-level writing and APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.

Remember to add to your table of statutes that will be part of your Signature Assignment due in Week 11. This will be similar to what you completed in Week 2.

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Requirements: 2-4 pages


Here is my week two for refrence. ATTACHED

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Providing access to records is essential, but mitigating potential risks clients potentially face is equally vital. Data protection emerges as a crucial strategy. This approach encompasses utilizing advanced encryption techniques to secure physical and digital records. Encryption mitigates/negates unauthorized access. Access controls play a significant role in risk mitigation, and I am the only individual with access to sensitive records and intervention plans. Another effective strategy is educating clients about their rights and the potential risks of record access. I ensure clients understand the importance of safeguarding their records and know their rights to monitor and control access to promote their vigilance about their personal information.

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Patients’ Access to Records