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The Big 3: Confidential Information
According to the “Big 3” medical interpreting codes of ethics (NCIHC, IMIA, CHIA), what information should medical interpreters keep confidential? (Select ALL that apply)
Ethical Importance of Confidentiality
Why do our codes of ethics say confidentiality is important when engaging in medical interpreting? (Select ALL that apply)
Breaking Confidentiality: Mandatory Reporting
In which of the following cases does the medical interpreter likely have a moral, if not legal, obligation to break confidentiality? (Select ALL that apply)
Provider’s Personal Information
True or False: the interpreter should decline to convey to the patient any personal information about the provider.
One instance in which medical interpreters can share confidential information is when it is required by law. What’s another instance?
Chance for Patient Disclosure
True or False: When disclosing confidential information is required, you don’t need to give the patient a chance to disclose that information first.
HIPAA stands for…
What is PHI?
PHI stands for Health Information.
Example of PHI
Which of the following is most likely an example of PHI?
Small Community Case Scenario: Confidentiality
Flor interprets for a very small community of Mixtec speakers. She shares with another Mixtec medical interpreter in her area that she interpreted for a patient with a rare blood disorder, but does not mention their name or any of the 18 PHI identifiers. Did Flor act in accordance with the ethical principle of confidentiality?
Codes of Ethics vs. HIPAA
According to the medical interpreting codes of ethics, ___________ information should be confidential, whereas HIPAA states we should only share the ___________ amount of information with authorized parties.