ADA Accessibility Information


background image subslide

HIPPA Cartoon The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) protects patient information by placing controls on what you are allowed to do with their private information. To ensure that you protect your patient's personal and private information HIPAA requires that you implement controls outlined in the two "final rules" of HIPAA: Privacy and Security.

HIPAA Privacy - HIPAA Privacy limits your use of Protected Healthcare Information. It also gives control of the use of protected information to the patient.

•  A Gap Analysis is required.
•  Written policies and procedures are required.
•  Staff training is required.
Employee Confidentiality Agreements are required.
•  Business Associate Agreements are required.
•  HIPAA Security defines how you must protect patient information in electronic form. If you collect, store or transmit electronic protected healthcare information (EPHI) you must protect it from unauthorized access or use.
•  A Risk Assessment is required.
•  Written policies and procedures that describe how you address risk are required.
•  Staff training is required.

HARRISBIOMEDICAL HIPAA programs are not fill-in-the-blanks kits or generic programs. We perform the Gap Analysis and Risk Assessment and customize your programs based on the results of those evaluations. HIPAA programs include all forms and policies.

For more information, contact us or call 1-866-548-2468.
HarrisBiomedical Logo
PHONE (866) 548-2468


18300 Cascade Avenue South
Suite 130
Seattle WA, 98188-4746
It's like having a compliance expert on staff!

HARRIS BIOMEDICAL | | (866) 548-2468
18300 Cascade Avenue South Suite 130, Seattle, WA 98188-4746
Copyright © 2012-2024 HARRIS BIOMEDICAL and WEO Media (Touchpoint Communications LLC). All rights reserved.  Sitemap
HARRIS BIOMEDICAL, 18300 Cascade Avenue South, Suite 130, Seattle, Washington 98188 - (866) 548-2468 - - 7/7/2024 - Key Phrases: HIPAA training for Dentists -