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  1. 1. Confidentiality LaShane JonesMHA690: Health Care Capstone Instructor: Sherry Grover January 31, 2013
  2. 2. Intensive Training• Training that every employee would undergo during the new employee orientation at the organization• Training will ensure that every employee will be well aware of the confidentiality requirements in respect to privileged healthcare information
  3. 3. Training Subjects• Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act• How to handle privileged health information• Confidentiality• Privacy Act• Client Rights
  4. 4. Training RequirementsPart of initial training and orientation: – Pass a written test – Achieve a passing score of 80% – Mandatory for all employees – Mandatory continuous follow-up training
  5. 5. Monthly Review• In addition to this initial • Meeting will last for training employees will approximately one hour receive monthly HIPPA regulation and reviews. • Will provide employees with information• Mandatory Educational concerning the policy of meetings help on the last organization Friday of each month • Will cover what will occur if there are violates from employees
  6. 6. Information that Will Be Covered• Training on what comprises protected health information – To ensure employees know what kinds of records or information are privileged and or protected• Training on what individuals within the organization has authorized access to protected health information under HIPAA. – Covered during initial orientation – Monthly refresher training
  7. 7. This training on confidentiality can behighly effective for employees, due tothe fact that it will provide employeeswith knowledge in respect to HIPAA, theorganizational sanctions for violatingHIPAA regulations, as well as to serveto deter employees from violatingpatient privacy.