- Includes two courses for your convenience
- Finish both courses in under 3 hours
- Earn 0.3 CEUs upon package completion
- Training delivered by industry-experts
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- Packaged courses for your convenience
- Complete both courses in less than 3 hours
- Earn 0.3 CEUs upon finishing both courses
- Better value with course bundle
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WHY CHOOSE HIPAA EXAMS?
HIPAA Exams has been the most trusted source in HIPAA compliance since 2008. We are one of the few IACET accredited providers. With over 13 years of experience, HIPAA Exams provides you and your team with IACET accredited courses that are accepted throughout the US. We can help you manage your yearly HIPAA and OSHA requirements. All of this and more is provided at affordable pricing, with unbeatable features like:
What Is HIPAA and Bloodborne Pathogens Certified?
Being HIPAA certified means you have completed a HIPAA training program. After completion, participants receive a "certificate" showing they've been trained on HIPAA guidelines and regulations.
Training for bloodborne pathogens is mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for employees who might be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) during their job duties.
The training covers how pathogens are spread, how to prevent exposure, and what to do if exposed. After completing such training, participants typically receive a certificate indicating they've been trained on bloodborne pathogen standards.
How Long Is OSHA and HIPAA Training?
HIPAA training is about 90 minutes for healthcare workers and business associates and about two hours for medical office staff for each training. OSHA bloodborne pathogens training for healthcare workers is typically a one-hour course.
Plus, our HIPAA and OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Bundle for Healthcare Workers takes under 3 hours to complete.
However, the duration of OSHA and HIPAA training can vary based on several factors, including the specific training program, the depth and breadth of topics covered, and your prior knowledge and experience
Who Is Subject to HIPAA OSHA?
A healthcare provider, such as a hospital, would be subject to both HIPAA (because they handle patient health information) and OSHA (because they need to ensure a safe working environment for their employees, like adhering to the bloodborne pathogens standard).
Entities in sectors like healthcare need to be well-versed in both HIPAA and OSHA to ensure full compliance with federal regulations.