Please select the best possible answer:

1. All client record access in CHIP is logged by date and time, user, client record, screen/form and type of activity (read, update, delete, etc.)
2. Always protect your date from unauthorized view. This is particularly true if you are viewing EMR records on a laptop in a public place.
3. It is a good idea to write your password down and keep it hidden away in case you forget it:
4. Logging in to CHIP using someone else's User ID and password violates HIPAA regulations and GHS policy and is fraud:
5. Many people have been fired because of HIPAA violations, especially hospital employees. The Department of Justice is increasing their efforts to arrest and convict based on HIPAA violations:
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