HIPAA Privacy for Health Centers Webinar Series

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RECORDED SERIES: HIPAA Privacy for Health Centers Webinar Series
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     Part I: Required HIPAA Compliance Program Elements; Disclosing the
     Minimum Necessary
Available Now!60 min
     Part II: Using and Disclosing PHI without Patient Consent
Available Now!60 min
     Part III: Patient Authorization to Use and Disclose PHI; Notice of Privacy
     Practices
Available Now!60 min
     Part IV: Responding to Patient Requests: Access, Amendments, and
     Restrictions
Available Now!60 min
     Part V: Business Associates: Identification and Compliance RequirementsAvailable Now!60 min

Webinars

Upcoming Webinars
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Coming soon!
On-Demand Webinars

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Watch On-Demand
Duration
Responding to an OCR HIPAA InvestigationAvailable Now!75 min
HIPAA Privacy for Health Centers Webinar SeriesAvailable Now!
60 min/
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42 CFR Part 2 Webinar SeriesAvailable Now!
60 min/
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Protecting Patient Data in HIEs and NetworksAvailable Now!60 min
PHI for Media and MarketingAvailable Now!60 min
Business AssociatesAvailable Now!60 min
How to Identify and Respond to HIPAA BreachesAvailable Now!60 min

Workshops & Trainings

    MANAGING PATIENT PRIVACY & CONFIDENTIALITY

    This workshop is designed to provide attendees with both the fundamentals of HIPAA compliance in the health center setting as well as more complex patient privacy and data confidentiality issues that health care providers face every day.


    RESPONDING TO THE OPIOID CRISIS

    This workshop identifies the major risks and risk management strategies for prescribing opioids, participating in medication assisted-treatment services, and distributing naloxone. We also discuss how to determine whether Part 2 applies to your organization's current or planned substance use disorder services or to records it receives.

    Subscription Plans

    Confidentiality for Health Centers Toolkit

    Tools to help Health Centers build or improve their HIPAA Privacy program and comply with 42 CFR Part 2.