Privacy and Security Training

Privacy and Security Training

$355.00

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Product Description

Trainings customized to your office policies and delivered in 2 easy formats!

Live Presentations

Invite us for a live in-person or face-time webinar at your office. Perfect for kicking off a Privacy and Security Program at your office. The training promises to be interactive and engaging. Discovery the privacy and security issues that every staff needs to be informed and prepared!

Recorded Video Training

Introducing new staff to your workforce? Is it difficult to crave out time for everyone to gather for training? We have the perfect solution! Recorded video training- the same great format and material. Don't let time get in the way of giving your staff the need to know information. Help your new staff members get on board with privacy and security.

In the video, we provide the answers to

[1] What is protected health information;
[2] What are permitted disclosures;
[3] What are authorized disclosures;
[4] What are disclosures for treatment, payment, and operations;
[5] Why is minimum necessary important.

We highlight patients' rights to

[1] Receive a notice of privacy practices;
[2] Have access to access their medical records;
[3] Obtain an accounting;
[4] Amend their medical records
[5] Restrict communication of information;
[6] Authorize disclosure of medical information.
[7] File a HIPAA privacy complaint; and
[8] Receive a notice if there is a breach affecting their health information

We explore security risks related to

Loss,
Theft,
Malware,
Virus,
Hacking,
Phishing,
Natural disasters,
Power outages,
Health care snooping,
Disposal of information,
Device re-use,
Email transmissions,
Cloud storage,
Firewalls,
Identity theft, and
Improper disclosures.

We include a tutorial on your office’s policies and procedures governing:

Emailing
Texting and instant messaging
Remote access
Worksite physical safeguards
Faxing
Use of personal devices
Employee and workforce disciplinary policies
Cell phone and office phones
Mobile devices, laptops, and tablets
And much more

The video content is written by Mary Beth Gettins, our managing attorney, and customized to participants’ business model.

Will your staff be able to detect a phishing email? Does your staff know best practices to prevent a malware attack? Will your staff know if a virus has infected the computer system?

Respondents in the 2015 Ponemon Breach Survey identified employee negligence as the number 1 concern related to health care security. That means that survey respondents believed that employee negligence is a greater risk than risks associated with cloud storage, mobile devices, system failures, malicious attacks, and identity theft.

So, do respondents worries bare out? Yes! Unintentional employee actions were responsible for 46% of the breaches in 2013- beaten only by lost and stolen devices. When you add intentional employee acts and malicious insider conduct with unintentional employee acts, it gets worse. Do the math; respondents reported that 68% of reported breaches were caused by employees and malicious insiders!

Employees can also be the key to detecting security threats and breaches. Respondent in 2014 Ponemon Breach Survey says that 46% of the time employees were the one to report a health care security breach.

Make your employees the best defense against security threats and breaches. Train your staff about how to detect a health care security threat. Give employees the knowledge to avoid inadvertent security mistakes.

Make employees your best defense against security threats and breaches! Health care privacy and security training is require by the HIPAA Rule.

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Statistics reflect that Business Associate Agreements account for approximately 20% of the health care breaches.
Business Associates are the people and entities that health care providers and health plans contract with to provide services. Business Associate can include accountants, IT professionals, and consultant.

Under the HIPAA Rule, health care providers and health plans must enter into Business Associate Agreements [BAA] with their respective services providers whereby the service provider covenants and agrees to maintain the privacy and security of identifiable personal information.

New regulatory changes went into effect in September of 2013, Business Associate Agreements must be changed going forward. Get the update Business Associate Agreement tailored to you and let us help you identity your Business Associates.