Protecting patient health information is a legal requirement under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Penalties for non-compliance can range from $100 to $50,000 per violation, depending on the nature and extent of the violation, the resulting harm and other factors like an organization’s knowledge of the violation, its intent to violate the rules, and its effort to correct the violation by coming into compliance with the HIPAA Rules. Interested in learning more about HIPAA compliance? FTLF attorneys have developed trainings and other resources to support your organization's efforts to fulfill all of the legal requirements under HIPAA.
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Workshops & Trainings
Designed for Compliance Officers and Privacy Officers, this training provides an overview of the HIPAA Rules and how to protect patient health information. The curriculum includes both the legal requirements and best practices for determining whether a breach has occurred, determining whether a business associate relationship exists, and responding to patient complaints and government investigations.
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