HIPPA Certification and YOU!
We at MedVantage Consulting understand the challenges that health care professionals across the industry face when it comes to HIPAA training. Federal HIPAA regulation outlines annual HIPAA training requirements for your staff and employees. At MedVantage Consulting, we make it our mission to simplify HIPAA compliance. Healthcare Consultants can complete their HIPPA Certification here:
Note there is a $15.00 online fee and upon successful completion, you will be emailed your Certification Document via the email you have provided...Further your HIPPA Certification Document will also be emailed to MedVantage Consulting to kept with your personal files.
While most HIPAA training sites will give you a cursory understanding of your requirements under the regulation, they fail to address the full extent of the law.
With MedVantage Consulting, HIPPA training, you as a Healthcare Consultant should be looking to meet all the federal requirements for effective HIPAA training. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) outlines the minimum necessary requirements for any compliance program in a document called the Seven Fundamental Elements of an Effective Compliance Program. This outline is a powerful tool that should be the guiding force behind your compliance program. With this infrastructure in place, you can look at the specific implementation standards outlined in the law to help your business become compliant.
HIPAA 101 https://www.nalearning.org/hipaa/MedVantage training is an essential way to prevent possible breaches and fines before they occur.
Social Media: With the presence of social media in the workplace as a marketing tool and for personal use growing, it’s never been more important to train Healthcare Consultants on how to avoid HIPAA violations on social media. Effective HIPAA training should introduce Consultants to basic ways to handle social media.
Policies and Procedures: Another essential element of HIPAA compliance is the creation, documentation, and implementation of policies and procedures. HIPAA policies and procedures must directly apply to all applicable HIPAA standards that your personal health care business is responsible for complying with.