HIPAA Webinar Series

HIPAA

Healthcare providers who handle electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) are required to be compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules. Ensure you're in compliance by participating in these three 1-hour webinars.

As with all of our Continuing Education Programs, Trust policyholders will earn CE for participating and passing a brief exam. You'll earn 1 CE from each of these webinars which can be combined with other Trust CEs for a total of 6 CEs to save 15% on your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability insurance premium. Trust policyholders can access the LIVE webinars free of charge, and the ON-DEMAND versions for a nominal fee. Descriptions and learning objectives are listed below. To register, simply click on the webinar name and date.

Live Webinars

Part 3: HIPAA Breach Notification Rule [Live] - Dec. 12, 2022 | 5-6pm ET

1 CE Credit | Combine 6 CEs to Save 15% on Your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance Premium

Stacey Larson, J.D., Psy.D.
1 Hour


On-Demand Webinars

Part 1: HIPAA Privacy Rule [On-Demand]

1 CE Credit | Combine 6 CEs to Save 15% on Your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance Premium

Stacey Larson, J.D., Psy.D.
1 Hour


Part 2: HIPAA Security Rule [Coming Soon]

1 CE Credit | Combine 6 CEs to Save 15% on Your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance Premium

Stacey Larson, J.D., Psy.D.
1 Hour


Descriptions & Learning Objectives

Part 1: HIPAA Privacy Rule (1 CE)

This presentation will provide a general overview of HIPAA and the Privacy Rule with information related to who must comply with HIPAA and key terms such as protected health information (PHI), business associate and minimum necessary. Information on patient rights under HIPAA and appropriate disclosures will also be covered.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify who must comply with HIPAA.
  2. Identify the basic tenets of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, including key terms and patient’s rights under HIPAA.

Part 2: HIPAA Security Rule (1 CE)

This presentation will focus on the HIPAA Security Rule. Participants will learn about the Security Rule Standards and scalability, as well as potential areas of risk, and best practices for compliance.  

Learning Objectives:

  1. Apply principles of a Security Rule risk assessment to clinical practice.
  2. Identify potential areas of risk in clinical practice.

Part 3: HIPAA Breach Notification Rule (1 CE)

This presentation will focus on the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule. Participants will learn about what may constitute a breach of patient PHI, how to identify if a breach has occurred, and how to make a breach notification. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify potential areas of impermissible use or disclosure of PHI.
  2. Describe steps to take assessing for breach and making breach notification.

 

 

NOTE: This information is provided as a risk management resource and is not legal advice or an individualized personal consultation. At the time this resource was prepared, all information was as current and accurate as possible; however, regulations, laws, or prevailing professional practice standards may have changed since the posting or recording of this resource. Accordingly, it is your responsibility to confirm whether regulatory or legal issues that are relevant to you have since been updated and/or to consult with your professional advisors or legal counsel for timely guidance specific to your situation. As with all professional use of material, please explicitly cite The Trust as the source if you reproduce or distribute any portion of these resources.

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