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HIPAA Compliance: What Every Hospice & Home Care Provider Needs to Know About Electronic ..(Webinar)
HIPAA Compliance: What Every Hospice & Home Care Provider Needs to Know About Electronic ..(Webinar)

10/19/2017

When: or On-Demand
12:00 - 1:30PM Arizona
Where: Webinar
  
United States
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Phone: (406) 442- 2585

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Available as a live or on-demand webinar.  
AHPCO Members enjoy a $200 discount on the pricing.

  

HIPAA Compliance: What Every Hospice & Home Care Provider Needs to Know About Electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) & Paper-Based Medical Records

As covered entities under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), hospices and home care providers are required to manage patients’ electronic protected health information (ePHI) and paper-based medical records in compliance with HIPAA privacy and security rules. Noncompliance can lead to seven-figure fines, negative publicity, unhappy patients, and damaged reputations.  Are you confident your organization is lawfully managing electronic and traditional paper-based PHI?  Have you established policies and strategies to ensure compliance with HIPAA’s privacy and security rules?  Are your business associates, including physicians and subcontractors, in compliance?  Join us to learn about HIPAA risks, policies, and compliance management best practices.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • What does HIPAA Omnibus mean for hospices, home care providers, and business associates?
  • HIPAA risks, rules, and compliance
  • What is electronic protected health information (ePHI)?
  • What constitutes paper-based PHI?
  • What does HIPAA’s privacy rule demand for electronic and paper-based information?
  • Strategies for complying with HIPAA’s security rule governing ePHI
  • Recognizing and managing patients’ privacy rights under HIPAA
  • Responding to patients’ requests for access to PHI and best practices for securing ePHI
  • How social media and mobile devices maximize ePHI risks
  • Implementing strategic, best-practices-based policies governing PHI, privacy, and security
  • Supporting compliance with employee training
  • Responding lawfully to an ePHI security breach
  • Employing best-in-class technology solutions to safeguard electronic information and privacy
  • Real-life disaster stories of costly consequences of ePHI mismanagement and security breaches

 

TAKE-AWAY TOOLKIT

  • Sample mobile device policy for healthcare providers
  • Seven steps for HIPAA compliance

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This informative session is a must for compliance officers, lawyers, records managers, IT personnel, human resources staff, privacy officers, directors, administrators, and anyone responsible for managing PHI and HIPAA privacy, security, and compliance.

REGISTRATION

   AHPCO Members
 Live Version or Archived** Version  $149
 Both Live and Recorded  $179

Non-Members add $200 to the above pricing.  Not a Member? Join Today!

**The archived version is a recording of the live webinar, including audio, visuals, and handouts. Includes the presenter’s email address for questions. The Archived Version is available 1 week after the Live Webinar and expires 6 months after the live program date.

 

PRESENTER

Nancy Flynn, Founder & Executive Director, The ePolicy Institute™ & Business Writing Institute™
Nancy Flynn is a recognized expert on electronic policy, communication, and compliance. Founder of the ePolicy Institute, Nancy is a professional trainer and policy consultant who helps employers worldwide minimize potentially costly electronic risks, including lawsuits and regulatory fines.

Nancy is the author of 13 books, including The ePolicy Toolkit, The Social Media Handbook, and Writing Effective E-Mail. A popular speaker, she conducts onsite and online training for hospices, hospital systems, healthcare companies, and other organizations worldwide. She also serves as an expert witness in internet-related litigation.

 
 

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