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Because computers make information exchange so easy, laws had to be enacted to protect patient privacy. HIPAA provides for several patient rights, including these: • The right to notice of a service provider’s privacy practices • The right to access health information • The right to request restrictions on how health information is used and disclosed • The right to request amendments or corrections to health information • The right to accounting of disclosures Phlebotomists should apply all patient rights to privacy by doing the following: • Preserving, protecting, and safeguarding patient privacy and confidential health information at all times • Not sharing patient information with others unless necessary for the treatment of the patient • Not writing down computer passwords or sharing them with anyone • Logging off the computer when leaving the work area so other students or professionals cannot use your password • Using care when it is necessary or appropriate to discard patient health information.

It is amazing that Galen’s concept of circulation was accepted without doubt until the Renaissance. At that time, Andreas Vesalius (1514–1564) revolutionized anatomy, and exposed the mistakes of Galen. Vesalius discovered the existence of valves in the veins, but did not understand their significance. Vesalius was followed by Realdus Columbus (1510–1599). Columbus discovered the pulmonary circulation. However, there was still no concept of circulation of the blood. A Spaniard, Michael Servetus (1509–1553), came close to discovering the circulation of blood.

The phlebotomist must maintain a balance between friendliness and sound medical service. A rule of thumb would be to do only what is in the patient’s best interest. While the patient may want to be given test results, complying with this request may not be in the patient’s best interest. Giving test results to a patient without the knowledge of the physician can have serious consequences. The patient may not be able to interpret the results or may have a very emotional response to results bearing bad news.

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