HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and is a U.S. federal law enacted in 1996 as an attempt at incremental healthcare reform. It was subsequently revised in 2009 with the ARRA/HITECH Act and again in 2013 with the Omnibus Rule.
HIPAA’s intent was to reform the healthcare industry by reducing costs, simplifying administrative processes and burdens, and improving the privacy and security of patients’ health information. Today HIPAA compliance mainly revolves around the last item: protecting the privacy and security of patients’ health information.
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- HIPAA Slide 001 – TITLE
- HIPAA Slide 002 – HISTORY
- HIPAA Slide 003 – PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
- HIPAA Slide 004 – WHAT IS HIPAA?
- HIPAA Slide 005 – PARTS OF HIPAA
- HIPAA Slide 006 – WHAT INFORMATION IS PROTECTED?
- HIPAA Slide 007 – EXAMPLES OF PHI
- HIPAA Slide 008 – WHO MUST COMPLY WITH HIPAA RULES?
- HIPAA Slide 009 – MINIMUM NECESSARY STANDARDS
- HIPAA Slide 010 – AUTHORIZATION
- HIPAA Slide 011 – PERMITTED USES AND DISCLOSURES
- HIPAA Slide 012 – GOOD PRACTICES TO PROTECT PHI
- HIPAA Slide 013 – TRANSPORTING PHI
- HIPAA Slide 014 – SECURING PHI IN THE OFFICE
- HIPAA Slide 015 – HIPAA SECURITY RULE
- HIPAA Slide 016 – EXAMPLES OF NONCOMPLIANCE & UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURES
- HIPAA Slide 017 – EXAMPLES OF NONCOMPLIANCE & UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURES 2
- HIPAA Slide 018 – CLIENT RIGHTS
- HIPAA Slide 019 – HIPAA IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY