HIPAA Online Training Courses & Degree Programs

Schools providing online certificates, diplomas or degrees for HIPAA Compliance


Total 21 online training courses and degree programs available.

HIPAA Privacy & Security Compliance - Online

School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Lakeway, United States
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The privacy and security of personal information is something everyone should be concerned about. This is especially true in the area of healthcare, where individuals share details of their health, personal lives and finances when they are at their most vulnerable. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA� addresses these issues by imposing stringent record �keeping and security requirements on healthcare providers and related entities. The regulations require uniform coding for the electronic transmission of patient data.
In addition, the regulations require “covered entities��healthcare providers, health insurance plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and those who contract with these entities �to create and implement privacy and security policies covering all patient data that is electronically transmitted or maintained (along with all paper counterparts). The work needed to comply with these regulations presents a tremendous challenge for all organizations that handle healthcare information.
Program Summary
This program explains the HIPAA regulations pertaining to the privacy and security of healthcare information. The topics covered in the program include �
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�Overview of HIPAA
�Notice of privacy practices
�Physical safeguards for security
�Covered entities
�Reasonable safeguards ... [Read More]

HIPAA Privacy and Security - Online

School/Trainer: Online Institute of America
Lakeway, United States
  V

The privacy and security of personal information is something everyone should be concerned about. This is especially true in the area of healthcare, where individuals share details of their health, personal lives and finances when they are at their most vulnerable. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA� addresses these issues by imposing stringent record �keeping and security requirements on healthcare providers and related entities. The regulations require uniform coding for the electronic transmission of patient data.
In addition, the regulations require “covered entities��healthcare providers, health insurance plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and those who contract with these entities �to create and implement privacy and security policies covering all patient data that is electronically transmitted or maintained (along with all paper counterparts). The work needed to comply with these regulations presents a tremendous challenge for all organizations that handle healthcare information.
Program Summary
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•Overview of HIPAA.

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Notice of privacy practices.

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Physical safeguards for security.

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HIPAA for Substance Abuse Providers - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I &, II. The course is for substance abuse care providers, a primary care-giver responsible for applying HIPAA rules many times each day. In addition to a general discussion of HIPAA, the course contains case studies in three areas important to nursing professionals: Protected Health Information, Electronic Transactions Security, and Physical Safeguards.

At the conclusion of this course, learners will be able to:
•State why HIPAA was enacted.
•Explain individual rights under HIPAA.
•Identify examples of protected health information.
•List requirements for working with protected health information.
•State risks for HIPAA non-compliance.

HIPAA for Nurses - Online

School/Trainer: Texas Southern University
Houston, United States
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This course presents information pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), particularly Titles I &, II. The course is for nurses, a primary care-giver responsible for applying HIPAA rules many times each day. In addition to a general discussion of HIPAA, the course contains case studies in three areas important to nursing professionals: Protected Health Information, Electronic Transactions Security, and Physical Safeguards. The goal of this course is to increase the learner’s awareness and understanding of individual rights and responsibilities under HIPAA so they can improve the safeguarding of health information.

At the conclusion of this course, learners will be able to:
•State why HIPAA was enacted.
•Explain individual rights under HIPAA.
•Identify examples of protected health information.
•List requirements for working with protected health information.
•State risks for HIPAA non-compliance.

Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert (CHPSE) - Online

School/Trainer: Supremus Group LLC
Waukee, United States
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This HIPAA compliance program will equip you with some of the HIPAA Security and Privacy rule and guide requirements according to the HIPAA law on how your organization can be HIPAA compliant. The training consists of recent updates on HIPAA regulation which as a result of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) which is a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). The training should equip you for CHPSE HIPAA certification test.

Target Audience:
•HIPAA Compliance Officer of covered entity &, business associate
•Managers
•Healthcare Consultant
•Compliance Team members of covered entity &, business associate
•Lawyers involved in healthcare
•Business Analyst for Software
•Software development Project Manager
•Healthcare quality assurance and risk managers

Certified HIPAA Security Expert (CHSE) - Online

School/Trainer: Supremus Group LLC
Waukee, United States
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Chapter 1 - HIPAA Basics •Understand the purpose for HIPAA legislation
•Review the HIPAA Administrative Simplification title
•Review non-compliance penalties (civil and criminal)
•Review key organizations associated with administering HIPAA Administrative Simplification provisions
•Review HIPAA-related terminology and definitions

Chapter 2 - Transactions &, Code Sets Overview
•Understand motivation and drivers behind requiring HIPAA standard transactions and code sets

Chapter 3 - Transactions - ANSI X12 and NCPDP
•Examine the ANSI ASC X12 &, NCPDP transactions

Chapter 4 - Code Sets &, National Identifiers
•Understand the code sets approved for use with HIPAA-covered transactions
•Understand national identifiers that have been adopted or may be adopted to identify entities or individuals in HIPAA-covered transactions

Chapter 5 - HIPAA and Health Data - Security &, Privacy Requirements
•Describe how HIPAA relates to health information exchange
•Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule
•Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Security Rules
•Review compliance framework

Chapter 6 - HIPAA Privacy Rule
•Understand the core requirements, key terms, and concepts of the Privacy Rule

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Certified HIPAA Privacy Expert (CHPE) - Online

School/Trainer: Supremus Group LLC
Waukee, United States
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Chapter 1 - HIPAA Basics •Understand the purpose for HIPAA legislation
•Review the HIPAA Administrative Simplification title
•Review non-compliance penalties (civil and criminal)
•Review key organizations associated with administering HIPAA Administrative Simplification provisions
•Review HIPAA-related terminology and definitions

Chapter 2 - Transactions &, Code Sets Overview
•Understand motivation and drivers behind requiring HIPAA standard transactions and code sets

Chapter 3 - Transactions - ANSI X12 and NCPDP
•Examine the ANSI ASC X12 &, NCPDP transactions

Chapter 4 - Code Sets &, National Identifiers
•Understand the code sets approved for use with HIPAA-covered transactions
•Understand national identifiers that have been adopted or may be adopted to identify entities or individuals in HIPAA-covered transactions

Chapter 5 - HIPAA and Health Data - Security &, Privacy Requirements
•Describe how HIPAA relates to health information exchange
•Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule
•Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule
•Review compliance framework

Chapter 6 - HIPAA Privacy Rule
•Understand the core requirements, key terms, and concepts of the Privacy Rule

Chapter 7 - P... [Read More]

Certified HIPAA Privacy Associate (CHPA) - Online

School/Trainer: Supremus Group LLC
Waukee, United States
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The HIPAA Basic Overview course trains you for the Certified HIPAA Privacy Association for your HIPAA certification exam. The course is highly recommendable to new entrants, general workforce and students. Otherwise, the course consists of recent updates on HIPAA in accordance to the ARRA’s HITECH Act of 2009 and updates done in 2011. The course takes 120 minutes and contains all the details of the HIPAA Security and privacy that healthcare workers need to know. The course is a perfect choice for those who need general awareness on HIPAA especially medical students, general employees as well as volunteers. The course is tailored to fit training requirements for various job roles in respect to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

Target Audience:
•Lab Technicians
•Pharmacy Staff
•Covered entity general employees
•Business Associates general employees
•Volunteers
•New Hires in a Healthcare organization
•Medical students
•Nurses
•Employees who need a general awareness of HIPAA
•Medical Observers

We encourage you to call us to discuss your job role so we can recommend the appropriate HIPAA course to meet your learning objectives.

Total Number of Slides: 82

Length of course: Two Hours

HIPAA & HITECH - Online

School/Trainer: KeyStone Learning Systems
Clarksville, United States
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This web-based HIPAA & HITECH training course prepares learners to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). It provides an overview of the regulations and teaches learners how to recognize and protect Personal Health Information (PHI) in oral, written and electronic forms. Scenario-based examples and practice activities illustrate and reinforce how compliance applies to varied business settings.

For more detailed information at Global Learning Systems, click here

Audience: This course is designed for a general audience and is relevant to any professional who may come in contact with, process, or make decisions about how to handle PHI.

Length: Estimated seat time is 30 to 45 minutes depending on the learner’s pace.

We know that every organization has unique training requirements, so whether it’s simply tying in local branding, policies and regulations, or adding completely custom modules for specific needs, we work with your team to provide high quality training that meets your requirements. All of the compliance courses are 100 percent customizable, and we can develop content quickly and efficiently, helping you stay in budget while delivering a high-end product tailored to your organization.

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HIPAA Privacy Primer - Online

School/Trainer: Learn Skills
Galway, Ireland

This Course explains the HIPAA regulations pertaining to the privacy, security and transmission of personal healthcare information.

The topics covered in the Course include �
An overview of the HIPAA regulations
Covered entities
Covered transactions
Protected information
Information security
Privacy
Patient rights
Compliance and enforcement

HIPAA Compliance - Online

School/Trainer: York Technical College
Rock Hill, United States

Upon completion of this course, students are
able to protect patients�personal health
information, appropriately respond to requests
for patients�personal health information, and
safeguard electronic exchange of patients� personal health information.

HIPAA - Online

School/Trainer: ExpertRating Solutions
New York City, United States
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A national standard for electronic transfers of health related data was passed by the Congress (Bush Administration) in 1996 in the form of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), also known as the Kennedy-Kassebaum Bill. HIPAA helped to remove the apprehensions among the public about privacy and security of their personal health data. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) framed some rules for privacy of this data. The HIPAA Privacy Rule or the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information was issued by the DHHS after many changes were made to it.

The HIPAA Act of August 21, 1996 has pushed new Federal regulations which ensure that the private information of patients is secure. This Act also sets a standard format for the physicians to use while undertaking electronic transactions. The ExpertRating HIPAA Compliance Certification will cover all the three important areas related to HIPAA which include- Portability, Accounting and Administrative Simplification.

HIPAA Compliance - Online

School/Trainer: California State University San Marcos Extended Learning
San Marcos, Temecula, United States
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The HIPAA Compliance online program provides doctors and their staff with a simple route to compliance. Instead of spending endless hours researching HIPAA regulations, training employees, and rewriting contracts, internal documents, patient forms, and policy and procedure manuals, doctors�offices get it all simply by enrolling in the HIPAA Compliance program. This program is ideal for office administrators, practice managers, or physicians. This includes four (4) user licenses for the cost of one enrollment.

12 hour

HIPAA Compliance - Online

School/Trainer: University Extended Education
Turlock, United States
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Are you a health care professional or considering a career in the health care industry? Do you provide products or services to a health care organization? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then it’s mandatory that you understand the requirements of HIPAA, ARRA, AND HITECH compliance. This groundbreaking legislation requires all health care professionals to take careful steps to protect private information. But what exactly does HIPAA, ARRA, and HITECH require?

In this course, we’ll demystify the compliance process. We’ll focus specifically on the Administrative Simplification portion of HIPAA, ARRA, and HITECH, starting by defining the lingo of HIPAA, ARRA, and HITECH and identifying the important players. Then we’ll cover transactions, code sets, and identifiers, which are all key elements in electronic health care transmissions.

We’ll use real-world examples to help explain the Privacy Rule, which governs patient rights, disclosure of protected health information (PHI), business associates, and many other relationships within the health care industry. Since computers are an integral part of health care these days, we’ll see how they fit into the Security Rule. We’ll also examine administrative safeguards, physical safeguards, technical safeguards, and policy and procedure creation—all of which are cru... [Read More]

HIPAA Compliance - Online

School/Trainer: Bramson ORT College Continuing Education Center
Forest Hills, United States
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Are you a health care professional or considering a career in the health care industry? Do you provide products or services to a health care organization? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then it’s mandatory that you understand the requirements of HIPAA compliance. This groundbreaking legislation requires all health care professionals to take careful steps to protect private information. But what exactly does HIPAA require?

In this course, we’ll demystify the compliance process. We’ll focus specifically on the Administrative Simplification portion of HIPAA, starting by defining the lingo of HIPAA and identifying the important players. Then we’ll cover transactions, code sets, and identifiers, which are all key elements in electronic health care transmissions.

We’ll use real-world examples to help explain the Privacy Rule, which governs patient rights, disclosure of protected health information (PHI), business associates, and many other relationships within the health care industry. Since computers are an integral part of health care these days, we’ll see how they fit into the Security Rule. We’ll also examine administrative safeguards, physical safeguards, technical safeguards, and policy and procedure creation—all of which are crucial components of the Security Rule.

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