- Definition of HIPAA
- HIPAA Policies and Procedures
- Purpose of HIPAA
- Privacy vs. Security Standards
- Protected Health Information (PHI)
- Patient Rights
- When Someone Accidentally Violates HIPAA
- When Someone Intentionally Violates HIPAA
Other HIPAA Training Presentations
The HIPAA Privacy & Security PPT
This presentation from Navy Medicine Support Command was provided to inform individuals of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Learning Objectives for this particular presentation are as follows. Know the purpose for Privacy Act and HIPAA. Key provisions or features of each law. Training requirements. To understand disclosures and accounting of disclosures. Understand TMA and DoN incident reporting requirements and to know the basic MTF requirements for HIPAA Privacy and Security compliance.
Confidentiality and HIPAA PPT
Working Well Together has provided this presentation to inform of the basic rules governing privacy of medical information and records. To identify the client's rights under HIPAA. To demonstrate the ability to respond appropriately when faced with situations involving confidentiality. Other topics included are: definition of PHI, designated record set, consumer rights under HIPAA, and accountability under HIPAA.
HIPAA Timeline PPT
This presentation on HIPAA Timeline is provided by the University of Pennsylvania on slides #88 to #90. This timeline provides information in the progress of the HIPAA from the time it was signed into a law until privacy regulations are made, implemented and observed by Covered Entities. A covered entity can be one of the following: a Health Care Provider, a Health Plan or a Health Care Clearinghouse. Other topics included are: Privacy, Security and Confidentiality, Users of Health Information, Biometrics, HIPAA, Concerns in Loss of Privacy, Research under HIPAA.
HIPAA Protected Health Information PPT
This presentation is provided by the El Paso Community College to provide information on HIPAA and Protected Health Information (PHI). PHI is given importance to maintain the privacy of an individual by means of protecting his information. This policy is also applied on disclosing health conditions and medical history. Other topics included are: PHI Definition, PHI Identifiers, Rules for Use and Disclosure of PHI, Authorization Guidelines, Notice of Privacy Practices, Faxing Guidelines, The Joint Commission Standards, Patient Privacy Rights.