LinkedIn Learning – Building a HIPAA Compliance Program
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Enacted by the United States Congress in 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-or HIPAA, for short-established new rules for how healthcare providers can store, handle, manage, and disclose a patient’s health information. Even now, many years after the fact, there’s still a great deal of confusion about the best ways to understand and implement a HIPAA-compliant policy or program, even for experienced healthcare professionals. In this course, join instructor Terra Cooke to learn all about the history and key rules of HIPAA, what compliance means, how to partake in a third-party attestation or assessment, and why you need to monitor and assess your controls. Terra gives you pointers on how to build new controls within your organization to minimize risk and protect confidential patient information.