New HIPAA Privacy Officer Training Module- 2

Duration 90 Mins
Level Intermediate
Webinar ID IQW15C6101

Introduce the mission and purpose of the Information Privacy Department (PD)
Provide the background and overview of HIPAA, and HITECH
Review key privacy definitions
Provide an understanding of the FPO role
Provide tools and resources

Overview of the webinar

Privacy Officer Training will cover all ongoing activities of a Privacy Program related to the development, implementation, maintenance of and adherence to the organization’s policies and procedures covering the privacy of and access to, patient health information in compliance with federal and state laws and the healthcare organization’s information privacy practices.

Who should attend?

  • Privacy Officer
  • Interim Privacy Officers
  • HIM Director/Managers
  • Compliance Officer/Managers 
  • Privacy Managers 
  • HIPAA Leadership
  • For those looking to begin a career as a Privacy Officer

Why should you attend?

The HITECH Act and the 2013 publication of the HIPAA Omnibus Rule, a set of final regulations modifying HIPAA privacy, security, and enforcement rules, have reshaped the privacy landscape and created additional responsibilities for Privacy Officers. 
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the HIPAA Privacy Officers responsibilities and an in-depth road map of best practices. The Privacy Officer training will include HIPAA required privacy policies and procedures needed for compliance. You will walk away with a thorough understanding on how to administer a successful privacy program.

Faculty - Ms. Nanette Awad

Nanette Awad, RHIA, CHC Is the founder and president of ePrivacy Officer, LLC and alumni of Saint Louis University's Health Information Management Program. Nanette was inducted into the Jesuit Honor Society at the top of her class. Nanette has served on the American Health Information Management Association Taskforce as a Privacy Subject Matter Expert for the national RHIT and RHIA exams and is an active member of Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA),  American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), and California Health Information Association (CHIA). 

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