New York has also circulated an Employer Toolkit that is a guide for the employer to build a culture of transparency that will help prevent sexual harassment cases.
Our Texas H.B. 300 course will help you meet the required Texas H.B.300 training mandated by the state of Texas. TX H.B. 300 requires that new employees be trained on federal AND state law concerning protecting sensitive patient information within 90 days of hire.
Small medical practices are not safe from HIPAA and Texas H.B. 300 noncompliance fines. Adult & Pediatric Dermatology, P.C. experienced a theft when an unencrypted thumb drive was stolen from the vehicle of an employee. The drive housed the electronic protected health information of roughly 2,200 patients. An investigation was launched by the HHS Office […]
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Our Texas H.B.300 course will help you meet the required Texas H.B. 300 training mandated by the state of Texas. TX H.B. 300 requires that new employees be trained on federal AND state law concerning protecting sensitive patient information within 90 days of hire.
Our Basic HIPAA training course was designed to inform professionals that handle protected health information of patient privacy and security laws according to federal HIPAA guidelines. You will be able to print or email a certificate of completion after successfully completing the course.
HIPAA and Texas H.B. 300 Online Training Courses For Hospital Employees According to Healthcare IT News, hospitals that don’t take the right steps to correct a HIPAA violation are subject to large fines. St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, Massachusetts was fined more than $218,000 for not using secure documentation methods to track patient records. […]
Organizations in Texas that create, store, handle, transmit or have access to protected health information (PHI) need to be informed of TX House Bill 300. Fewer things are as personal, private or important as medical records. Texas lawmakers were serious about protecting sensitive information when they passed TX H.B 300 in 2011. Lawmakers were concerned […]