The privacy rules implementing the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ("HIPAA") took effect April 14, 2003. Although the federal HIPAA privacy rule does not apply to workers' compensation insurers, workers' compensation administrative agencies or employers (unless covered in some other capacity), it does affect these groups. These groups, and others, need access to health information to administer the states' workers' compensation systems and provide the benefits guaranteed to injured workers under those systems. Much of this information must come from health care providers and others who are covered by the federal privacy rule. The complexity of the new privacy rule, and ambiguous language in the rule, both contribute to general confusion regarding its boundaries., text file, "May 2003." --Caption., "Last updated: Mary 19, 2003. Revised Feb 2006 for conforming changes to Division rule references." -- Last page., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed December 2022)
Health Care is an industry expected to expand in the coming years. Health care uses the latest technology to diagnose and treat illnesses. Job opportunities in the health care industry are available for people with all levels of training and experience., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed September 2017)
"Funding Provided in Part by The Colorado Workforce Development Council,", "October 2001.", "Conducted June 21-July 3, 2001; Re-test Conducted October 11-12, 2001."--Cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Cover title., "Prepared in compliance with Colorado Revised Statutes 8-3.5-111 by staff of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and the Colorado Department of Agriculture., "February 1, 2010.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"Fall 2003.", "Funding Provided in Part by The Colorado Workforce Development Council and Supported by The Colorado Office of Workforce Development.", "This publication is a product of the Workforce Research and Analysis, Labor Market Information, Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.