The healthcare world can be a high-risk and challenging environment that demands a proactive compliance approach.
Being certified in this dynamic, changing profession can help mitigate compliance-related risks. The only certification that combines cybersecurity skills, privacy best practices and techniques, and regulatory compliance.
The online training course provides training for the multifaceted components of compliance. This online training course covers critical requirements needed to effectively develop, implement, and monitor a healthcare compliance program for your practice based on governmental regulatory guidelines —including internal compliance reviews, audits, risk assessments, and staff education and training.
HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) is a 1996 U. S. law that provides privacy standards to protect patients’ medical records and other health information provided to health plans, doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers. Covered Entities, Business Associates, and Business Associate Subcontractors are all responsible for complying with HIPAA regulations. Section 164.308 (a)(5)(i) Security Awareness and Training Standard require organizations to implement an awareness training program.
HITRUST Alliance is composed of leaders from the healthcare industry pursuing a more coherent approach to healthcare security. The HITRUST security maturity evaluation and points process award healthcare providers a certification. This certification verifies that the company followed the Common Security Framework (CSF). The latest version, CSF 9.3, consolidates multiple regulations. The HITRUST series of courses are incredibly useful for the organization in the right scoping, selecting risk factor-based controls level, correctly applying HITRUST scoring, planning for certification, and more.
The course is designed for organizations that must comply with the regulatory requirements, support phishing awareness campaigns, and educate employees about the impact of social engineering attacks, especially those exposed to private data, financial data, and sensitive and confidential data.