According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 5.6 million health care workers in the U.S. face exposure to bloodborne pathogens every day. Exposure to infectious materials is part of your job, but so is protecting […]
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the Office of Civil Rights has effectively commissioned a paper trail that traces a tested individual’s health status across various areas of their life. This article discusses findings […]
Exposure to bloodborne pathogens is a significant workplace hazard for many people across various industries. Organizations with employees who work with blood must ensure that each person receives sufficient training in how to protect […]
Many companies are required by law to it here to the standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This aims to protect a patient’s medical records and other sensitive information.
If the company commits […]
Want excellent results? Well, then you’ll definitely need excellent training.
But what does that even mean?
With the sheer number of companies claiming to be accredited trainers, who can you even trust anymore?
We understand your frustrations. In […]
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. Since COVID-19 began spreading throughout the world, it has been wreaking havoc on several different sectors.
There have even been changes in the […]
We all know that the HIPAA privacy rule is strict. Your teams need HIPAA training to make sure they know the law to avoid violations and the huge fines that come with them.
The coronavirus […]
Estimates show that 25 to 30 percent of workers will be working from home several days a week by the end of 2021.
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated that trend but it’s not an option for every […]
The Ultimate HIPAA Compliance Checklist
In 2018, Anthem suffered a series of cyberattacks that led to the most significant health data breach in U.S. history. The breach exposed the protected health information of nearly 79 million people.