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HIPAA for Business Associates: Famous Face Video


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Information Security Training
HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
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For business associates, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) training is now a critical and necessary element of an effective compliance program. Business associates must ensure that employees understand their obligations under the law to properly safeguard and control the use and the disclosure of personal health information (PHI). NAVEX Global’s HIPAA Fundamentals for Business Associates course was developed to help organizations meet HIPAA training requirements found in the Privacy and Security Rules and the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule.

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Key concepts covered in this course:

  • What constitutes a "business associate" and why compliance with the law is required
  • Acceptable use of personal health information (PHI)
  • Responsibility for handling PHI confidentially
  • Minimizing security breaches and ensuring that PHI is physically secure
  • Personal and corporate penalties for non-compliance and intentional violations
  • Obligation to report suspected and known breaches and security lapses

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Speaks to the obligation of certain businesses to protect health information of individuals. Lays the foundation for better understanding of key definitions of terms such as Protected Health Information (PHI) and the rules around its use, disclosure and security.

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HIPAA: “Did They Consent?”

Someone new to hospital marketing is surprised to learn that some of her promotional ideas could violate the privacy of patients. Listen in on her discussion to find out what she learned about HIPAA, privacy of health records and patient consent for use of information.

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