When it comes to compliance requirements and what offices need to do, healthcare providers get information from many different sources. But is always correct? Probably not. There are so many companies claiming to provide help with HIPAA and OSHA/Infection Control. But are they really providing what is needed to implement a compliance program that will allow your office to reach your compliance goals?
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News and social media are reporting that 400 dental offices were affected by a ransomware attack on August 26, 2019. This webinar reviews what these dentists need to know about their obligations under HIPAA and why they can’t wait for anyone else to start working on their HIPAA documentation. Our experts will go over the three steps required by all dentists after a ransomware incident (even if a breach did not occur) and the two additional steps required if it is determined to be a breach. The webinar also explains the responsibilities under HIPAA for the business associates vs. covered entities for each step and what to expect from an Office for Civil Rights (OCR) investigation.
Common mistakes, such as handing a patient the wrong file, faxing a referral to the wrong number, or mailing the wrong billing statement, can happen every day, but when are they HIPAA breaches? How do you perform and document a breach risk assessment? How do you report a breach that only affects one patient? What documentation do you need if a patient complains about the incident and it wasn’t reported as a breach? Attend this webinar to get answers to these questions.
The day you have a breach is not the day to discover you have gaps in your HIPAA program. Using a mock HIPAA breach format (including actual documentation requested from OCR), our compliance experts will walk you through the steps you need to take once you discover a breach, requirements for responding to a breach, and actions you can take now to lessen the overall impact of a breach.
A free, 10-minute webinar series designed to highlight some of the more common mistakes that healthcare practitioners make when it comes to HIPAA and OSHA compliance. And how to fix them.
What happens when you have a HIPAA breach? What actions are you supposed to take? What steps can you take to lessen the impact of a breach? Find out the answers to all of these questions at our webinar on HIPAA breaches.
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Creating staff training on the manufacturer’s recommended procedures for using the cleaning and sterilization equipment in your office can be intimidating. In this webinar, we show you some quick and easy ways to develop equipment-specific staff training that meet CDC infection control guidelines.
We’ve all had an angry patient. But what happens when that angry patient decides to file an online complaint with the Office for Civil Rights? One healthcare provider had to pay $25,000 in fines. Learn what steps you can take now to lessen the impact of a patient HIPAA complaint.
Compliance and training are two very different things. Unfortunately, not knowing the difference can end up costing you thousands of dollars. Learn why generic binders and one-day trainings aren’t considered a compliance program and what you can do about it.
What would you do if ransomware encrypted all of your imaging files? Or if you lost 3 weeks’ worth of patient data? What happens if you had to send a breach notification to all of your patients, telling them about the attack? If you are worried about ransomware, you should register for this free webinar.