six-lesson course is part of a series of web-based refresher courses designed
for those who are preparing to take the CHPS certification examination. It
focuses on CHPS domain 2, reviewing the competencies for overall
administrative and management requirements that are part of a compliant privacy
and security program (as covered in the CHPS certification examination). This
course reflects information from the HITECH Final Omnibus Rule, effective
3/26/2013 with a compliance date of 09/23/2013.
This expert overview covers privacy and security program planning; it includes areas such as policy and procedure development, access authorization, and de-identification methods. Refresh your understanding of best practices for monitoring and managing privacy and security programs. Review how processes and requirements impact research data.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- Create, manage, and administer organizational privacy and security programs including policies, procedures, consents, and authorizations;
- Define and manage relationships and contracts between covered entities and business associates;
- Discuss how to effectively provide training and resources on privacy and security practices for an informed workforce;
- Define ways to monitor and ensure security safeguards for access control; and
- Identify appropriate uses and disclosures of protected health information, including designated record sets, those including special privacy protections, and regulations impacting research.
- Basic Building Blocks of Privacy and Security Compliance Programs
- Dealing with Business Associates
- Equipping the Workforce: Content and Methods, Resources
- Privacy and Security Considerations in Internal Uses of Health Information
- Privacy and Security Considerations in External Disclosures of Health Information
- Research Uses and Disclosures
This refresher course is for CHPS exam candidates who already have the appropriate experience, educational background, and knowledge to sit for the exam.
AHIMA certifications are administered by the AHIMA Commission on Certification (COC). The COC does not contribute to, review, or endorse any review books, review sessions, study guides, or other exam preparatory activities.
Use of this product for AHIMA
certification exam preparation in no way guarantees an exam candidate will earn
a passing score on the exam.