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Health Privacy (HIPAA)

This course is intended to cover the core elements of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements.

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About this Course


The foundation concepts of this course are covered in the Basics of Health Privacy module, which provides information on the core elements of the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements. Additional content is meant to supplement this foundation by focusing on healthcare roles and types of activities, since HIPAA’s requirements are largely conditioned by the purposes behind the collection, use, or disclosure of health information.

Language Availability: English, Korean

Suggested Audiences: Clinicians, Fundraisers, Healthcare Providers, Researchers, Instructors, Marketers, Students

Organizational Subscription Price: Included in organizational subscription
Independent Learner Price: $110 per person


CE Credits and Units


To purchase CE credits and units, you need to be affiliated with an organization that subscribes to this course or buy it as an independent learner first.

Physicians

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

1 Credit
(2 CE certified modules)
$20

1 June 2018
31 May 2021

Psychologists

CE Credit/Hour

1 Credit
(2 CE certified modules)
$20

1 June 2018
31 May 2021

Nurses

Contact Hour

1 Credit
(2 CE certified modules)
$15

10 September 2017
9 September 2019

Other Participants

Certificate of Participation

1 Credit
(2 CE certified modules)
$15

1 June 2018
31 May 2021


Course Content


Basics of Health Privacy CME/CEU Badge Updated Content

Provides general information about health privacy, applicable to all members of the healthcare workforce. It is focused on HIPAA requirements, such as patients’ rights to notice of privacy practices, access to and amendment of records, disclosure accounting, limits on certain kinds of communications, and limits on certain kinds of additional uses. Concepts such as “minimum necessary,” work-related uses and disclosures, and reasonable and appropriate practices are also discussed.

Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 1417 (English), 16067 (Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program

Health Privacy Issues for Clinicians CME/CEU Badge

Focuses on how HIPAA applies to persons providing treatment services.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 1418 (English), 16068 (Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program

Health Privacy Issues for Fundraisers CME/CEU Badge

Focuses on how HIPAA applies to persons engaged in fundraising activities.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 1421 (English), 16071(Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program

Health Privacy Issues for Marketers CME/CEU Badge

Discusses how HIPAA applies to persons engaged in marketing activities who have access to health information as part of their efforts. In particular, it focuses on how the privacy rules apply to marketer’s use and disclosures of such data, and how to protect it using appropriate security practices.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 1422 (English), 16072 (Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program

Health Privacy Issues for Researchers CME/CEU Badge

Focuses on data protection requirements for human subjects research that creates, obtains, uses, or discloses health data, principally the protections that derive from HIPAA.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 1419 (English), 16069 (Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program

Health Privacy Issues for Students and Instructors CME/CEU Badge

Discusses how HIPAA applies to persons engaged in educational activities, whether as students or instructors.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 1420 (English), 16070 (Korean)
Author(s): Reid Cushman, PhD - CITI Program