Learning App: Free
Badge Assessment: $39.00
About this Course
If you’re a staff member or volunteer who works in a physician practice or clinic, you are required by HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) to complete a HIPAA course each calendar year.
The two parts of this course are designed for the staff and volunteers of small and mid-sized physician practices and clinics, and will teach learners about patient rights and facility regulations regarding the access, use, and disclosure of protected health information (PHI). Learners will also determine when and how to defer to the expertise of designated staff in unusual or high-stakes situations.
Note: This learning app is designed to train staff and volunteers in what they must do to be compliant with national HIPAA regulations. Given this focus, the orientation does not cover state laws or the policies and procedures that impact specific facilities. Your facility should therefore provide additional orientation regarding state laws and facility-specific policies and procedures that your staff and volunteers should be aware of.
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About Course Author(s)
Dan Rode is an educator and consultant who specializes in HIPAA privacy and security and associated health information management topics. He is certified in healthcare privacy and security and is a fellow of the American Health Information Management Association. Mr. Rode has presented on and written about many aspects of HIPAA for audiences within and outside of the healthcare industry, including clinicians, regulators, and consumers. He has studied HIPAA professionally since its inception in 1996, and his forty-plus years as a healthcare administrator, technical director, consultant, and educator have informed his broad perspective on how HIPAA should be applied by and taught to all individuals working in facilities covered by HIPAA.
This course is offered by University of Wisconsin Extension. Learn more about University of Wisconsin Extension.
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