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Meet the periodic HIPAA training requirement with this on-demand course intended for business associates. It covers: the definition of business associates, compliance for business associates, business associate agreement terms, and how to handle common and worst case scenarios breaches. All healthcare provider offices should consider this on-demand training for their business associates. In addition to these specialty topics, this course covers the following basic HIPAA training HIPAA patient safety Increased enforcement and penalties Common breaches and responses Basic cyber hygiene Business associate privacy risks Information requests Specialist referrals By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate HIPAA Privacy and Security Training. Click here to view our HIPAA brochure. About the Speaker This course is hosted by Mike Sacopulos, CEO of Medical Risk Institute (MRI) and General Counsel for Medical Justice Services. In 2012, he won the Edward B. Stevens ‘Article of the Year’ Award for MGMA and had a Top 10 article of 2014 on Medscape. He attended Harvard College, London School of Economics and Indiana University/Purdue University School of Law.    Important Notes  For auditing purposes, you must register individually and complete the assessment to be considered HIPAA-trained. Recorded June 7, 2016. Availity cannot issue refunds. Special Purchasing/Volume Discounts If you are interested in purchasing this course for multiple staff member or want to take advantage of our volume discount for over 100 registrations, please contact Availitylearning@availity.com for assistance. Read More

The course provides the conceptual framework of important considerations for establishing and maintaining a Code of Conduct and how it complements and reinforces an organizations Compliance Program. The essential elements of a Compliance Program are reviewed along with real-life scenarios. Course Objectives The importance of reinforcing an organizations Code of Conduct through leadership commitment, policies and procedures, and well-defined guidelines for non-compliance The types of policies and procedures that are essential for a Compliance Program The role and responsibilities of a Compliance Officer and Compliance Committee How monitoring and audit should be implemented and managed, including establishing processes to properly manage non-compliance Read More

During this course, we will discuss the specific requirements that have been set forth through the enactment of the Texas House Bill 300 (HB 300). Topics covered include the legislation's background, the description of covered entities as defined by HB 300, training requirements, and applicable penalties for violating the provisions of HB 300. Course Objectives Know the background of HB 300 Understand the compliance requirements of HB 300 Define covered entities as they pertain to HB 300 Identify potential enforcement actions for violation of HB 300 Read More

In this course we will discuss the Emergency Medical Services and Surprise laws of the state of New York. Course Objectives How the law amends the New York Insurance, Public Health, and Financial Services Regulations The disclosure requirements for certain health care providers for out-of network and non-urgent care New billing and reimbursement rules Health plan participation status with providers Consumer rights and the arbitration process How to prevent negative “consumer” surprises Read More

In this course we will discuss the Minor Sensitive Service laws of the state of California. Sensitive services means those services that are defined as services related to sexual assault, substance or alcohol abuse, pregnancy, family planning, and sexually transmitted diseases for members 12 years of age and older. Read More

It is important for employers to know that the new medical marijuana law allows employers to use a medical marijuana verification system to verify a registry identification card for a new applicant before extending an offer of employment. It also allows employers to verify registration cards of existing employees. The new law protects an employer from liability when it takes disciplinary action against an employee under the good faith belief that the employee was impaired, used or was in possession of any impermissible drug while at work. Course Objectives Brief history and overview of the law A guide to the role of physicians as outlined in the law Discuss the limitations of an employee that has a medical marijuana use license A detailed guide to the role of dispensary medical director Recognizing the dos and don'ts of Medical Marijuana purchase Read More

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