HIPAA webinars, discussions, and presentations are usually addressed from the perspective of what the HIPAA regulations entail, the necessity of compliance with the regulations, and the consequences of HIPAA violations, willful neglect or non-compliance.
This presentation addresses HIPAA regulations from a different perspective — from a personal perspective — from the perspective of the person in charge of moving an organization or facility toward full compliance with HIPAA. The by-product of this presentation will be both an understanding of, and a detailed job description for, a position mandated in the regulations — the HIPAA Security/Privacy Officer.
The HIPAA regulations are numerous, complicated, often vague, and affect every person working in a healthcare facility. Compliance with HIPAA privacy and security rules will require a unique individual to lead the charge — an individual whose education, background, experience, and demonstrated skill sets offer the opportunity for that person to succeed in achieving the goals of that position.
This is a new position to most healthcare facilities. So understanding who this person should be, what is required of the person with this job title, and with whom this person will interface is vital to every healthcare organization with the goal of achieving full compliance with HIPAA regulations.
Learn about the HIPAA Privacy Officer responsibilities and what skill sets are needed to help the organization comply with HIPAA privacy and security rules. This HIPAA compliance training for officers will help the healthcare organizations stay compliant and operate effectively.
Howard Jones has been an independent consultant to physicians and hospitals since 1980. He has provided services related to practice management and regulatory compliance issues, selection of billing/EMR systems, and the design of EMR templates for practices and EMR vendors. He has focused on providing services related to healthcare regulations since 1992.
He is the author of a 1992 manual called the Physicians’ Medicare Coding/Documentation Guide. This publication served as the handout for a training seminar he developed to assist physicians in learning how to be compliant with the new E&M coding and documentation guidelines introduced in 1992.
He has also been a contributor to other health care business publications, including:
He has authored training seminars and conducted them hundreds of times for physicians and hospitals across the country. These seminars included:
He authored and conducted a presentation for 100 MBA students at Nanjing University in Nanjing, China in December 2007.
He is currently the President of his own consulting businesses –