This webinar will discuss HIPAA audit and enforcement regulations and processes for 2022 and how they apply to covered entities and business associates. Attendees will learn how to prepare for HIPAA audit to avoid fines and penalties for HIPAA violations.
There are several steps that must be taken to determine if an incident is a breach, and whether or not that breach is reportable. Determining whether to report or not is not necessarily straightforward, but there are guidelines to follow to help at every step of the way. If the evaluation of necessity to report is not done correctly, you may not make the right decisions about reporting and be subject to penalties for non-compliance upon an investigation of a breach by HHS. Penalties for non-compliance can up to millions of dollars in cases of willful negligence, so it is essential to evaluate incidents to see if they are reportable breaches, and act properly on the evaluation.
This webinar will discuss the standards of practice defined for social worker and nurse case managers and how it is applied to the contemporary roles and in turn how it can be applied to the everyday functions and activities social workers and nurses perform to complete their job. It will cover the various roles such as Patient flow, utilization & resource management, denial management, variance tracking, Transitional and discharge planning, Quality Management, Psychosocial assessment and counseling.
HIPAA regulations pertaining to the relationships of business entities that share PHI are now being enforced. HIPAA Business Associates are covered directly under the Privacy Rule’s use and disclosure limitations, the Security Rule’s safeguard provisions, and the Breach Notification Rule’s notification requirements. HIPAA Business Associates are responsible for their own compliance with the regulations, and may be held directly liable for any violations of the regulations. Whether your organization is a Business Associate or a Covered Entity that hires HIPAA Business Associates, you have significant obligations in compliance that you overlook at your peril.
This HIPAA compliance webinar will discuss the issues in patient information privacy and security that healthcare organizations will face in 2020 and how to ensure compliance with HIPAA that will withstand incidents, audits, and investigations by HHS.
This training on HIPAA compliance will teach the attendees how to examine their security policies, practices, and risk issues to find and fill any gaps in the documentation that is required by the HIPAA rules to show compliance, survive audits, and avoid enforcement action.
This training program will discuss in detail the CMS requirements for hospitals to help prevent the hospital from being found out of compliance with the grievance regulations. It will also cover a new law under the OCR Section 1557 which requires the hospital to have a new process for handling discrimination complaints.
This program is going to cover the proposed changes that CMS wants to make for all hospitals including critical access hospitals. These changes will affect many different departments of the hospital including nursing, QAPI, medical records, lab, restraint standards, discrimination, patient rights, and more.
This training program will go into great detail regarding you practice or business information technology and how it relates to the HIPAA Security Rule, in particular portable devices. Areas covered will be texting, email, encryption, medical messaging, voice data and risk factors as they relate to IT.
This training program will cover the proper methodologies of conducting a HIPAA risk assessment based on the formula used by federal auditors and based on the NIST (National Institute of Standard for Technologies) guidelines. The session will also cover the most important aspects to be aware of in terms of the federal auditing process as well as the new risks regarding patients suing for wrongful disclosures.
This training program will be addressing major changes under the Omnibus Rule which give patients the right to sue under state law citing HIPAA. There are enormous issues and risks for covered entities and business associates under Omnibus.
This risk assessment training will discuss why it is essential to perform a risk assessment and what kind of breaches can occur. It will also list what HIPAA regulations require and what it should tell you.
This webinar will be addressing how practice/business managers (or compliance offers) need to get their HIPAA house in order before the imminent audits occur. It will also address major changes under the Omnibus Rule and any other applicable updates for 2018. The primary goal is to ensure everyone is well educated on what is myth and what is reality with this law, there is so much misleading information all over regarding the do’s and don’ts with HIPAA.
This webinar will teach you all the requirements that must be in place for the HIPAA Security Rule and how to demonstrate compliance with all the required and addressable safeguards. After completing this course, a Covered Entity or Business Associate will be able to know what needs to be place when it comes to all of the HIPAA regulations.
This webinar will provide an overview of new quality and value based payment trends including CMS’s new quality payment program. Attendees will get a better understanding of the legal issues surrounding paying for quality and value so they can refine their current strategy and can identify new delivery models and potential opportunities.
This webinar will cover the major provisions of the HIPAA regulations, including, healthcare access and portability, non-discrimination requirements, and privacy rules. Learn how to stay in compliance with HIPAA security rule requirements.
This webinar will focus on requirements of the HIPAA Security and Privacy rules including administrative, technical and physical safeguards, and policies and procedures that needs to be in place for a HIPAA compliance program. It will further cover case examples of HIPAA breaches and explain how to avoid them.
Attendees will leave the course clearly understanding of all the requirements that must be in place for meeting this rule for the protection of personal health information their organizations maintain, create, transmit, or store. After completing this course, a healthcare provider will have a clear understanding for what needs to be place when it comes to meeting these HIPAA requirements for medical records.
This webinar will address HIPAA regulations from a different perspective - from the perspective of the person in charge of moving an organization or facility toward full compliance with HIPAA – the HIPAA Security/Privacy Officer.