Securing Health Information

Train your staff on HIPAA and related federal legislation

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) defines health information as any information (including genetic information) created or received by a healthcare provider, health plan, public health authority, employer, life insurance company, school or university, or healthcare clearinghouse. It relates to a person’s:

  • Past, present or future physical or mental health or condition
  • Treatment
  • Past, present or future payment for healthcare

Our new HIPAA course is designed for anyone required to understand the rules of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in relation the US healthcare system. In the course, learners will learn about HIPAA and related federal legislation, and the elements of HIPAA they need to comply with, including the Privacy, Security and Enforcement and Breach notification rules.

What's in the course?

  • What is HIPAA and what does it cover?
  • Who needs to comply with the Act?
  • What are considered covered entities and non-covered entities?
  • How does HIPAA affect different roles and industries such as marketing and fundraising?
  • How must breaches be reported and who needs to be notified?
  • What are the penalties for lack of compliance with HIPAA?

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Who is required to comply with HIPAA?

You may be required to understand or comply with HIPAA if you are:

  • An employer
  • A covered entity under HIPAA
  • A business associate under HIPAA
  • A business working in the U.S. healthcare industry
  • An individual who is insured in the U.S.

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