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Free HIPAA Training for Small-Practice Providers

April 09, 2018

Free HIPAA Training for Small-Practice Providers

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is offering FREE live HIPAA training focused on the needs of small-practice healthcare providers.

The training will be conducted by the OCR's HIPAA investigators and will include topics from the Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules including:

  • Individual rights
  • Administrative Requirements
  • Safeguards
  • Business Associate Agreements   
  • Minimum Necessary       
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Management   
  • Enforcement Updates

The presentation will review the regulations and discuss what actions providers should take to meet compliance. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers during each presentation. The training will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in these locations: 

New Orleans, LA
Hale Boggs Federal Building
500 Poydras Street
June 14
RSVP
Baton Rouge, LA
Louisiana Dept. of Health
628 N 4th Street
June 15
RSVP
Kilgore, TX
Devall Student Center
726 Nolan Drive
May 9
RSVP

Seating is limited and RSVP's are required.

Other OCR HIPAA resources for small practices can be found here.

In the coming weeks, LAMMICO Practice Solutions will make available sample HIPAA policies, procedures, forms, templates and guides for insureds and their office staff, so stay tuned!

Contact the LAMMICO Risk Management and Patient Safety Department at 504.841.5211 or via email at riskmanagement@lammico.com for more information and education on HIPAA or for a personalized consultation for your practice.

This is not legal or financial advice, and is not intended to substitute for individualized business or financial judgment. It does not dictate exclusive methods, and is not applicable to all circumstances.

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