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CoE-PHI Nationwide Privacy and Compliance Officers Training-of-Trainers (TOT) CoE-PHI Nationwide Privacy and Compliance Officers Training-of-Trainers (TOT)

CoE-PHI Nationwide Privacy and Compliance Officers Training-of-Trainers (TOT)

Train-of-Trainer Webinar

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Join our CoE-PHI Legal and Training Experts for a FREE national “Train-the-Trainer” webinar for Privacy and Compliance Officers who work within organizations that provide substance use disorder (SUD) services to provide them with tools and resources they can use to provide required training to staff in federal health privacy laws, including HIPPA and 42 CFR Part 2 (Part 2). The webinar will include: an overview of the training resources and how to use them helpful tips for presenting information and links to key resources access to these FREE training...
OCR COVID-19 Webinar OCR COVID-19 Webinar

OCR COVID-19 Webinar

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The United States Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is holding a free Webinar for health information technology (HIT) stakeholders on Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) privacy and security issues related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and recent OCR actions related to the pandemic.

Overcoming Cloud Challenges and Avoiding Failure While Transforming Healthcare Operations

74% of Healthcare organizations report leveraging the Cloud to achieve financial savings and operational efficiencies. However, recent findings show over 60% of these organizations are experiencing Cloud adoption challenges and Security anxiety. It is essential for Healthcare organizations to...

Health IT Privacy & Security Skill Sets

Since 2010, the healthcare industry has seen a remarkable increase in the use of technology in the administration and delivery in healthcare. This has led to a mass migration of data from paper charts and isolated systems to Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) and interconnected systems that...

Health Center Breach Awareness

Healthcare providers have become a lucrative target for cyber criminals and many reported breaches are occuring at health centers. Since 2009, when the Department of Health and Human Services started tracking breaches that involved protected health information exposure of 500 patients or more,...
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