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.
- Explain why is phishing and ransomware are a problem
- Understand the types of attacks
- Summarize the effects
- Identify the leading solutions
- Describe prevailing and best practices for Incident Response
Learn about recent changes to record retention guidelines in Georgia and privacy and security risks you should be aware of due to current events.
Webinar 1: Record Retention in an Electronic Age
Charles A. Dorminy, LL.M. , J.D.
Webinar 2: Protection and Use of EMR in the Digital Age of Analytics, Clouds and Bad Guys
Richard Sheinis, JD, CIPP-US
2015 Annual Meeting
Speaker: Susan Lucci, RHIA, CHPS, CHDS, AHDI-F
2015 Annual Meeting
Speaker: Rita Bowen, MA, RHIA, CHPS, SSGB
These courses provide in-depth learning in easy to manage 60-minute sessions on HIPAA compliance and legal health record related topics. Current and proposed HIPAA privacy / security rules with best practices are presented in a format that counts as formal HIPAA training required for all Covered Entities and Business Associates.
Legal Health Records relate to HIPAA Privacy and Security. Therefore, these courses also address definition of your Legal Health Record (Defined for Disclosure) and useful best practices to ensure lower liability in litigation and eDiscovery, among other evidentiary uses of electronic health records for court processes.
This online education opportunity provides information necessary for Privacy and Security Officers, HIM Professionals, Physician Office Managers and Compliance / Risk Professionals to maintain their edge in the course topics, which serves to reduce the liabilities of all Covered Entities and Business Associates. Each course design addresses the needs of all staff members, from top to bottom within your organization. As it is strongly recommended that all staff be trained at new hire, yearly and upon material changes (which are occurring several time as a year of late) to maintain HIPAA compliance, this online education opportunity exceeds the basic requirements and offers the courses in easily manageable recorded formats. Differing courses can be utilized to educate particular workgroups within your workforce.These courses primarily target the rapidly increasing user base of electronic health records, but also the hybrid record environment where two or more electronic systems work together. Paper records and hybrid components always addressed as well. Both Covered Entities in the acute hospital and all types of ambulatory environments, along with all Business Associates can benefit from this training as the rules apply to all creators and managers of the patient’s protected health information (PHI).
The new Omnibus Privacy HIPAA rules marks the advent of dramatic changes to the methodology surrounding the determination of whether a HIPAA Violation is also a breach of unsecured PHI. All Covered Entities and Business Associates must adjust their procedures and update their compliance plans to implement these changes by September 23, 2013. Be sure to tune into this session to learn details of breach compliance under both the interim and final rules from leading industry experts.