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Our courses have become the industry standard in HIPAA training and compliance. Our completely web-based training program will keep your employees up to date. HIPAA Exams has been trusted by more than 40,000 clients for online HIPAA training. We have worked with small businesses such as private practitioners, medical sales reps, and business associates. Our client list also includes larger institutions such as the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Job Corps, universities such as Seton Hill University, Florida State University, and BYU as well as healthcare networks such as Partners Healthcare and Harris County Hospitals.

We're so confident in our HIPAA course material that we offer a 30-day, no questions asked, money back guarantee.

  • HIPAA Training for Business AssociatesHIPAA Compliance in 2014 including the Omnibus Final Rule updates to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 Privacy and Security Rules. Only $20 more info

  • HIPAA Training for Health Care WorkersUnderstand the 2014 HIPAA environment including the changes in the Final Omnibus Rule that enhance a patient's privacy protections and strengthen the government's ability to enforce the law under HIPAA. Intended for Registered Nurses, Physicians, Pharmacists, Medical Assistants, and any other health care professionals who have direct contact with patients or their protected health information (PHI).Only $25 more info




HIPAA Training is not an Option—It is Necessary

     The requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) that were in effect prior to the HIPAA Omnibus Rule I 2013, are now more closely scrutinized by government regulators; because of this, there is increased enforcement including newly mandated audits.

Compliance by CEs, BAs and their subcontractors with the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule was effective September 23, 2013. To be fully compliant, all members of an entity’s workforce who, by virtue of their position, are likely to obtain access to protected health information (PHI) must thoroughly understand the basic and revised HIPAA Privacy and Security rules.

Workforce HIPAA training has always been required and essential for HIPAA Privacy and Security compliance. Training of an entity’s policies and procedures relating to PHI is even more important now during the complex transition to electronic PHI. HIPAA compliance, regardless of the medium in which PHI is created, received, maintained, or transmitted, depends on the proper use and disclosure of PHI by workforce.

Workforce members must be well trained to ensure HIPAA compliance by CEs, BAs, or BAs’ subcontractors.


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