HIPAA and Identity Theft


Instructor: Kelly D Ogle
Product ID: 705420
Training Level: Basic to Intermediate

  • Duration: 60 Min
This webinar will provide an overview of HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule requirements. Attendees will learn how to identify medical identity theft and steps for its prevention.
Last Recorded Date: Oct-2017


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Why Should You Attend:

HIPAA requires all healthcare workers to receive periodic training and updates. The HIPAA rules are flexible and scalable to accommodate the enormous range in types and sizes of entities that must comply with them. This means that there is no single standardized program that could appropriately train employees of all entities.

As the push toward electronic medical records gains momentum, privacy experts worry the number of patients affected by medical identity theft may grow substantially. They're concerned that as doctors and hospitals switch from paper records to EMRs, as they're called, it may become easier for people to gain unauthorized access to sensitive patient information on a large scale.

In this session, the speaker will provide an overview of the HIPAA, including identity theft and precautions for both. She will also discuss best ways to ensure that you become compliant and stay in compliance with the Federal HIPAA regulations.

This webinar includes information employees in private practices need to know to` protect patient privacy and to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Also, how to identify identity theft and steps for prevention.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Provide a general HIPAA overview
  • Examine critical components of Privacy Rule and Security Rule
  • Discuss the list of identifiers
  • Describe the Notice of Privacy Practices
  • Review Identity Theft
  • Discuss prevention of Identity Theft

Who Will Benefit:

  • Privacy and Security Officers
  • Medical and Dental Staff
  • Physicians
  • Dentists
  • Anyone responsible the protection of patient information
Instructor Profile:
Kelly D Ogle

Kelly D. Ogle
Director, DoctorsManagement, LLC

Kelly provides OSHA and HIPAA training and consulting to help medical and dental practices maintain compliance within their facilities. She conveys the importance of a safe environment for employees while reducing the risk of penalties for the practice. In addition to delivering training, Kelly performs mock OSHA and HIPAA audits to help clients take corrective action to help reduce the risk of penalties before they happen.

Kelly conveys the importance of employee safety and patient privacy as well as the details of protecting the practice from risks and penalties that result from OSHA and HIPAA violations. Clients also appreciate that she has hands-on experience having worked in the healthcare field for over 10 years.

In addition to holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene from East Tennessee State University and a Master’s Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Walden University.

Topic Background:

The HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule is intended to help the physician and dental practice by streamlining the processing of healthcare information and protecting the privacy of patient's health information.

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), medical identity theft occurs when someone uses another person’s name or insurance information to get medical treatment, prescription drugs or surgery. It also happens when dishonest people working in a medical setting use another person’s information to submit false bills to insurance companies.

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