HIPAA And Texas H.B. 300 Training Course Bundle
The Texas House Bill 300 (H.B. 300) expands the existing privacy requirements of the Texas Medical Records Privacy Act to any individual or organization that has access to Protected Health Information (PHI) or Sensitive Personal Information (SPI) of any Texas resident, regardless of where they are located. In this course you will learn about patient rights, procedures, and fines associated with non-compliance.
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Course Objectives

At the conclusion of the Texas H.B. 300 training course you will be able to:

  • Explain the provisions of Texas H.B. 300
  • Define the terms ‘business associate’ and ‘covered entity’ and understand examples of each term
  • Describe patient’s rights under Texas H.B. 300
  • Discuss breach notification requirements and fines associated with non-compliance
  • Implement procedures that are compliant with Texas H.B. 300

Description

Federal HIPAA and Texas H.B. 300 is enforced by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the Texas Attorney General. Combined federal and state fines vary from $5,000 to $3 million. There were 13,020,821 health records breached in 2018. The Office for Civil Rights recommends periodic HIPAA training. Although they do not specifically state it should be conducted annually, rather when there is a change in personnel or when technology changes. We recommend that anyone handling Protected Health Information (PHI) have annual HIPAA training, and anyone handling PHI for Texas residents have annual Texas H.B. 300 training to fully document training compliance. This not only includes medical personnel, but also dental personnel, schools, universities, researchers, IT service providers, court reporters, government agencies, or anyone who may come in contact with PHI.

Course Description

The Texas House Bill 300 (H.B. 300) expands the existing privacy requirements, of the Texas Medical Records Privacy Act, to any individual or organization that has access to the Protected Health Information (PHI) or sensitive Personal Information (SPI) of any Texas resident, regardless of where they are located.  In this course you will learn about the patient rights, procedures, and fines associated with non-compliance.

Texas H.B. 300 Mandates:

  • Employees must provide training in protecting patient privacy within 90 days of hire.
  • Employees handling protected health information (PHI) must receive state and federal training.
  • Enforcement by Texas Attorney General’s office.

Audience

  • Healthcare providers & employees who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Medical office managers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Mental health workers who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Dental office employees who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • School and University personnel who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Researchers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Internet or IT service providers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Government agency personnel who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Legal council and court reporters who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Anyone who operates a computer or website that collects, stores, or interacts with PHI

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Course Information

  • Course Duration: 30 minutes
  • Enforced by:

    Texas State Attorney General

  • Certificate of Completion:

    By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Texas H.B. 300 Training

  • Payment Options: Pay by credit card or check

HIPAA And Texas H.B. 300 Training Course Bundle

$45.95


Quantity Price
1 $45.95
2 - 5 $25.00
6 - 20 $20.00
21 - 50 $15.00
51 - 100 $12.00
101+ $8.00


Texas H.B. 300 Training Course

Texas H.B. 300 Mandates:

  • Employees must provide training in protecting patient privacy within 90 days of hire.
  • Employees handling protected health information (PHI) must receive state and federal training.
  • Enforcement by Texas Attorney General’s office.

Audience

  • Healthcare providers & employees who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Medical office managers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Mental health workers who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Dental office employees who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • University personnel and business associates who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Researchers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Internet or IT service providers who come in contact with Texas patient records
  • Government agency personnel who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Legal counsel and court reporters who come  in contact with Texas patient records
  • Anyone who operates a computer or website that collects, stores, or interacts with PHI

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of the Texas H.B. 300 training course you will be able to:

  • Explain the provisions of Texas H.B. 300
  • Define the terms ‘business associate’ and ‘covered entity’ and understand examples of each
  • Describe patient’s rights under Texas H.B. 300
  • Discuss breach notification requirements and fines associated with non-compliance
  • Implement procedures that are compliant with Texas H.B. 300

Course Duration: 30 minutes

Enforced by: Texas State Attorney General

 

HIPAA Compliance Training Course

The Health Insurance Portability and Accounting Act (HIPAA) establishes policies and procedures for maintaining the privacy and security of Protected Health Information (PHI) and establishes civil and criminal penalties for violations. Every employee that handles PHI should be trained on how to effectively secure sensitive information when working with the public. Violations due to poor management and/or breach of PHI can be costly. HIPAA compliance training is an excellent way to train employees that handle PHI on how to keep it secure, which in turn protects organizations from expensive breach violations and ensures positive audit reports. Security, accountability, and safe keeping are public expectations for their personal information.

Our HIPAA Privacy and Security training course was developed by industry experts for the purpose of providing professionals with knowledge of federal guidelines concerning the privacy and security of the Title II provision of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), remaining compliant with HIPAA guidelines, effectively communicating confidential written, verbal and electronic information, properly reporting breaches and non-compliance, as evidenced by enhanced, positive patient/professional relationship that is respectful of privacy and confidentiality.

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Audience

  • Dental Associates & Employees
  • Healthcare Providers & Employees
  • Medical Office Managers and Office Staff
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Surgery Centers
  • Dialysis Centers
  • MD, RN, LVN, Medical Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants
  • Home Care Agencies
  • Marriage, Family, and Child Therapists
  • Funeral Directors
  • Dietitians/Nutritionists
  • Medical Paper Shredding Companies
  • Substance Abuse Counselors
  • Pharmacy benefit managers for health plans
  • Medical Billing or Claims Processors
  • School and University personnel who come in contact with patient records
  • Researchers who come in contact with patient records
  • Internet or IT service providers who come in contact with patient records
  • Government agency personnel who come  in contact with patient records
  • Legal council and court reporters who come  in contact with patient records
  • Anyone who operates a computer or website that collects, stores, or interacts with PHI

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course you will be able to:

  • Analyze the components of the Privacy and Security rules in Title II
  • Differentiate between state and federal laws pertaining to HIPAA regulations
  • Distinguish HIPAA identifiers that create PHI
  • Interpret HIPAA risk of breaches
  • Analyze how HIPAA compliance breaches occur
  • Explain HIPAA non-compliance reporting of breaches
  • Summarize how to be successfully compliant with HIPAA rules and regulations

Course Duration

30 minutes

Enforced by

Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

Advisors

Suze Shaffer
Suze is a HIPAA Security Analyst and owner of Aris Medical Solutions. Her company is a nationwide leader in protecting patient data (PHI) by providing mandated solutions for securing personal information for HIPPA compliance.









Terri Goodman
Terri is an Approved Provider of continuing nursing education contact hours for industry clients who believe that education helps nurses understand the need for their products and for professional organizations who provide CE credit to their members as a benefit.





The CLS Difference

  • Designed by HIPAA experts (PhD, RN, CNOR)
  • Offers an effective and intuitive interactive experience
  • Train on your schedule
  • Stop and start at your leisure
  • Compatible with mobile devices
  • Manage and track group enrollments
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Meets NIST Guidelines
  • Group discounts available

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