This course covers PHI requirements and stated law, as well as best practices of how employees can protect your organization against cyber threats.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act requires employees with access to Protected Health Information (PHI) to receive training to ensure that they understand the correct privacy and security practices associated with PHI. This includes staff members of any clinical, housekeeping, dietary, clerical, and contract workers. Anyone who has direct or indirect access to patients’ PHI needs HIPAA training.
CYBERPOL’s HIPAA and Cyber Security Awareness Employee Training course combines HIPAA compliance lessons and Cyber Security Awareness Training. This powerful training tool not only educates your employees on PHI requirements and stated law, it also expands their knowledge of best practices of how to reduce risk and protect your organization from cyber threats.
HIPAA and Cyber Security Awareness Employee Training
8 Lessons Course. Total time: 53:30
The Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Protected Health Information (PHI)
2009 HITECH Act and 2013 Omnibus Rule USA
HIPAA Privacy Rule including definitions of relevant terms
Privacy Rule requirements, covered entities and authorization
Use and disclosure of PHI
HIPAA Security Rule including important safeguards such as confidentiality, security and integrity
Physical and electronic access controls to protect patient health information
Cybercrime and top security threats
HIPAA security and integrity safeguards
Day to day security best practices
Breach reporting along with consequences for non-compliance
Creating strong passwords to increase security
Recognizing social engineering
Phishing and email best practices
Protecting your personal workspace