Privacy and Security

Understanding and applying current healthcare regulations promoting protection of medical information and the electronic transmission of health information; and acting as the patient’s advocate for their understanding of their rights in regards to protected health information on any applicable analog or digital medium.

CHPS Exam Prep Online Workshop

Start Date: August 1, 2017

The CHPS credentialed professional is an expert in protecting the confidentiality, privacy, and security of patient health information from development and implementation to ongoing management and training of the workforce. The CHPS professional has the background and experience to understand and apply all federal and state regulations to ensure compliance across various types of healthcare organizations.

This course has four (4) modules, covering information for each of the 4 domains of the exam. Each module consists of a PowerPoint presentation + a CEU quiz. There is an ongoing discussion forum for you to ask any questions you may have, ask for clarifications, confirmations, or explanations for any of the content. The professional who will be your facilitator will provide answers for you within 48 hours.

The workshop will be open for 4 weeks and is accessible 24/7. These online workshops are designed to provide individuals in their FINAL stages of preparing to take the exam with the knowledge needed to better prepare for the examinations. These workshops are also designed to strengthen and reinforce competencies for ALL sections of the exam!

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How to Prevent a Breach: Five Best Practices to Protect Your Patients and Organization

July 13, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT

Although much attention is paid to breaches caused by criminal hacking and thefts, more than 40 percent of Protected Health Information (PHI) breaches are due to “unintentional employee negligence,” which can be attributed to inconsistent organizational policies, processes not being followed, and uncertainty amongst staff with different levels of training and experience. This presentation will explore the latest trends and statistics related to PHI breaches, both on the state and national level, and recommend five best practices healthcare organizations can adopt to lower their likelihood of PHI breach.

Speaker: Rita Bowen, MA, RHIA, CHPS, SSGB

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Upcoming Meetings

Wed 28
Jul 10
Jul 11

LHIMA Intermediate ICD-10-PCS Coding Workshop

July 11 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM EDT
Jul 26

ORANJ Educational Meeting

July 26 8:00 AM - 1:45 PM EDT