HTRAC Training

GTRA_FinalHTRAC Security Awareness Training

 

HTRAC is pleased to offer a new online, on-demand training course for organizations seeking to meet compliance mandates and better secure their staff to recognize and mitigate human vulnerabilities. HTRAC HIPAA Compliant Security Awareness Training addresses the guidelines put in place on how healthcare organizations and their business associates should be handling protected health information.

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HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS

BUSINESS ASSOCIATES


 

HTRAC HIPAA Compliant Security Awareness Training

HIPAA compliance mandates are in place to provide guidelines on how healthcare facilities should be handling patient information, but properly adhering to those mandates require user friendly training which drives home the relevant problems which the industry is facing. An important step in safeguarding protected health information (PHI) in your organization’s electronic health records (EHR) is to implement reasonable and appropriate training courses that establish the foundation for your security program.

HTRAC has prescreened an employee security awareness solution which addresses some of the most mitigatable human threats which present themselves each day. Topics span a wide breadth of content, including an overview of what HIPAA is and how each employee can play their part in complying to the requirements. A full outline is found below.

Outline

  • HIPAA Overview
  • Human Firewall
  • PasswordsHuman Firewall
  • Privacy
  • Data Protection and Destruction
  • I Think I Have Been Hacked
  • Information on the Internet
  • Staying Secure Online
  • Phishing
  • Appropriate Use
  • Use and Abuse of Email and IM
  • Devices
  • Personal Computers
  • Wi-Fi Security

 

HTRAC Business Associate Security Awareness for HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA compliance mandates are in place to provide guidelines on how healthcare facilities should be handling patient information. The HIPAA Privacy Rule applies to covered entities; health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and certain health care providers. However, most healthcare providers and health plans do not carry out all of their health care activities and functions by themselves. Instead, they often use the services of a variety of other persons or businesses called business associates. Business associates are organizations that use and disclose PHI to provide administrative services to covered entities. Business associates are subject to certain provisions of the HIPAA security rule, including complying with the Security Rule standards addressing administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to protect electronic protected health information (PHI).

An important step in safeguarding PHI in electronic health records (EHR) is to implement reasonable and appropriate training courses that establish the foundation for your security program. HTRAC has prescreened an employee security awareness solution which addresses some of the most mitigatable human threats which present themselves each day. Topics span a wide breadth of content, including an overview of what HIPAA is and how each employee can play their part in complying to the requirements. A full outline is found below.

Outline

  • HIPAA Overview
  • Human Firewall
  • Passwords
  • PrivacyData Protection and Destruction
  • Data Protection and Destruction
  • I Think I Have Been Hacked
  • Information on the Internet
  • Staying Secure Online
  • Phishing
  • Appropriate Use
  • Use and Abuse of Email and IM
  • Devices
  • Personal Computers
  • Wi-Fi Security

How Hackers Get In

Info on the Net

Phishing

Wi-Fi Security

HIPAA Overview

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