HIPAA 201: This year's HIPAA updates from Washington DC – You are at risk for getting audited
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Topic: HIPAA 201: This years’ HIPAA updates from Washington DC – You are at risk for getting audited
Credit hours: 2
Instructor: Ty Talcott DC, CHPSE
Course Description: This two hour course will reveal the latest information from the annual HIPAA and Cybersecurity symposium in Washington DC regarding their enforcement activities, what they are looking for, who they are after, and what they are doing to them. This critical information changes every year, and the complaints the Office of Civil Rights must investigate (from patient complaints, ex-employee whistle blowers, physical and data theft incidents etc.) have increased by 500% in recent years. Compliance does not happen by Accident! If you THINK you are compliant then you are NOT. This course explores these issues and what to do.
- Nebraska investigative report (News cast- top story) chiropractor surprise HIPAA violation
- Examples regarding doctors caught unaware and penalized via HIPAA complaints
- Top finable offences - how chiropractors get caught
- Most frequent reoccurring offences
- Detail requirements under HIPAA
- Detail investigations into dual fee schedules
- Discuss the new enforcement attitude in Washington DC (per the most recent Washington DC cybersecurity and HIPAA symposium)
- How ‘Weaponized cyberattacks’ that can CLOSE your office forever and ‘fry’ your hard drive.
- Develop awareness regarding the ever-increasing number of complaints against doctors, by patients and ex-employees.
- Discuss what the enforcement agencies are looking for to issue fines and penalties, per the Washington DC HIPAA and Cybersecurity Symposium.
- Expand awareness regarding the multiple ways doctors are ‘caught’ regarding HIPAA violations.
- Relate information to help simplify the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate HIPAA program.
Dr. Talcott has consulted to thousands of healthcare practices relative to business development and protection. He is a sought after speaker who has led numerous seminars, keynote speeches, and has been on the cover of several magazines. Dr. Talcott has presently instructed over 100 webinars and 90 live events relative to HIPAA and government compliance for 38 chiropractic associations and five chiropractic colleges, as well as independent medical organizations. He is a founding partner in an independent physician association that credentialed participating doctors for contracting with HMO’s and PPO’s. He has had numerous articles published relative to the onset of and participation with managed care, and over a dozen articles regarding HIPAA compliance. Dr. Talcott served on the Governor appointed Workers Compensation Commission in Texas, and he has founded and chaired two hospital departments.
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