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Understand how to implement a proper business associate agreement (BAA) and the obligations and responsibilities under HIPAA since the Omnibus Rule. More than three years following the publication of the 2013 Omnibus...
AHIMA, CLE credit available
Review of HIPAA's Criminal Liability Provisions Under HIPAA's Standards for the Privacy of Individually Identifiable Information
Understand potential penalties for different HIPAA violations and how to prevent criminal liability.As amended by the HiTRUST Act, HIPAA now imposes criminal sanctions on any individuals, regardless of whether or not...
AHIMA, CLE, SHRM credit available
Get a refresher on HIPAA and understand all the most recent updates.Typical health care providers handle confidential medical information on a daily basis, unaware of the criminal value of that information.
AHIMA credit available
Gain a better understanding on how to discuss and describe HIPAA Risk Assessments. Although many HIPAA covered entities and business associates are familiar with the Security Rule, but all-too-often, these entities have...
Learn to stay compliant with HIPAA rules using electronic patient engagement programs. Patient Engagement is the foundation of quality patient care and MACRA-MIPS Quality Payment Program reimbursement.
AHIMA credit available
Understand the final MACRA rule and how it will impact your organization.This topic will present a summary of MACRA's background, the policy objectives, and the requirements expressed in the final rule.
If and when protected health information is compromised at your organization, be ready to execute your own security breach response plan.Many covered entities and business associates who are required to comply with...
Gain a better understanding of HIPAA regulations and how it directly affects nursing professionals.It is important for health care providers to understand the scope of their responsibility to protect patient information.
The Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) was implemented in 1983 replacing a cost-based reimbursement methodology in an effort to better control the costs of providing care to the Medicare inpatient and to...
Learn the requirements for reporting and returning overpayments under the CMS's final rule. This topic will explore the historical development of the government's approach to the reporting and returning of overpayments.
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