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The Compliancy Group believes in the importance of HIPAA and HITECH compliance education. We work with industry leaders to provide FREE access to our education series. Register to attend the latest HIPAA webinars or to receive a FREE copy of past events. Hear the experts talk about today’s HIPAA, HITECH, The Omnibus Rule and Meaningful Use Core Measure 15 compliance issues.

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Tuesday, July 14th from 2:00–3:30 EST

HIPAA covered entities (including health care providers and health plans) and their business associates must be mindful of HIPAA compliance when working with other entities even when that other entity is not a business associate. Often, vendors have access to an organization’s premises or information systems which may result in incidental access to protected health information (PHI). For example, a cleaning service may have access to a medical records room or an IT support vendor may have remote access to employee workstations. While such incidental access to PHI does not make the vendor a business associate, an organization must ensure that its PHI is protected and that it complies with HIPAA.

This webinar will address:

  • Strategies for dealing with non-business associate vendors;
  • Best practices to protect your organization.
  • Development of policies and model contract language.

Wednesday, August 12th from 2:00–3:30 EST

Have you ever felt confused by HIPAA’s complex regulations? With the amount of inaccurate information floating around, it’s difficult not to be. In this webinar, an experienced HIPAA auditor will: highlight the basics of HIPAA, its regulations, what you need to know about it, and how it may affect you. With mandatory audits looming and increases in financial penalties, understanding the regulation have never been more important. Whether you’re a Covered Entity or Business Associate you need to understand the requirements of HIPAA compliance to protect yourself. Don’t be shy about asking questions during this session, no question is too dumb!