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dfrancis



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We are an institution that deals with medical records. Therefore we must be HIPAA compliant. In order to be compliant , we must be able to provide an answer to anyone who wants to know who looked at his/her record five years ago. The canned reports that you provide do not answer this question. Your reports shows database objects and not data. I am developing a customized report to answer the above question. In our database we have two tables, (PatientInformation and MedicalHistory), that holds this information for each patient. The key identifier is a field name casenumber.

I need to identify these two tables in the DB_AUDIT schema both in the archived data and the central repository so that I can extract the information. Based on DBAudit's naming convention, can you tell me how to find these two tables. Given a casenumber, I would like to know who looked at the data, when and from where.

I would be very thankful if you could provide me all the information so that I can proceed to develop this report.

Thanks

I am using an Oracle 11.2 database


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In order to help you with this task we need to know the type of your database server
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Make sure db_extended mode is set in the system audit to allow auditing capture text of sql queries.
Design your custom reports to query dba_audit_trail view and retrieve the text of SELECT queries.
For records having the object_name in YOUR_LIST_GOES_HERE. Parse the WHERE clause of the returned queries and extract the primary keys. From here you can say which records have been accessed:
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