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If you are a healthcare organization that has vendors providing services that utilize tracking technologies, you must understand the requirements found within the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Tracking technologies are used to collect and analyse information about how users interact with covered entities websites or mobile applications. Tracking technologies collect information and track users in various ways, many of which are not apparent to the website or mobile app user. Websites commonly use tracking technologies such as cookies, web beacons or tracking pixels, session replay scripts, and fingerprinting scripts to track and collect information from users. Covered entities are required to comply with the HIPAA Rules when using tracking technologies. This includes complying with the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification requirements when using tracking technologies that access to protected health information. Having a systematic process to handle the use of this type of technology to ensure a healthcare organization’s protected health information is being properly accessed and secured by third parties is critical. Understanding how the HIPAA Privacy Rule is applied in these circumstances can get confusing. This webinar will cover specific requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations and how they apply to tracking technologies. Webinar Objectives Definitions, Rules, CFR, & Acronyms What is a Tracking Technology? What is Protected Health Information that is captured with tracking technologies? How is the HIPAA Privacy Rule applied to regulated entities use of tracking technologies? Marketing and HIPAA compliance. HIPAA compliance obligations for regulated entities when using tracking technologies. Technical aspects of compliance and tracking technologies How to determine if a vendor is a HIPAA Business Associate. Understanding the Business Associate Agreement (BAA) process and making sure mandated requirements are in place. Government enforcement Q&A Webinar Highlights Learn from an expert who has served as a HIPAA Compliance Officer in a large organization. Learn how to recognize tracking technologies in the healthcare sector. Learn how to identify a vendor providing tracking technologies. Learn about government enforcement and by whom Who Should Attend Compliance Officer HIPAA Privacy Officer HIPAA Security Officer Practice Managers Information Systems Manager Chief Information Officer General Counsel/lawyer Practice Management Consultants Healthcare Marketing Department staff Website Managers Website hosting companies Healthcare Technology Companies
The Problem Addressed by this Webinar HIPAA Covered Entities and Business Associates of all types and sizes are at serious risk of health information breaches caused by aggressive criminal attacks and their own lack of attention to protective safeguards required by HIPAA. Admittedly the HIPAA regulations are difficult to read. They are written in legalistic language and arranged in confusing order with frequent obscure and even inaccurate internal references. However, while the number of health information breaches grows rapidly, the number of private class action lawsuits based on those breaches is growing much faster. And government enforcement is also on the rise, in part to deal with medical identity theft, the fastest growing and most lucrative type of identity theft in America today. The Secret to HIPAA Compliance The HIPAA Rules are a blueprint to prevent health information breaches. And there is a secret to HIPAA compliance – HIPAA Rules are easy to follow step-by-step when you know the steps. Key Points HIPAA compliance is a well-defined process to systematically identify and address risks to the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI). This webinar will explain the steps that make up that process using plain language and engaging diagrams. Areas Covered in this Webinar What is HIPAA? Who must comply with HIPAA? What really is Protected Health Information (PHI) according to HIPAA? What are the HIPAA Rules? What are the steps to become HIPAA Compliant? Responsibility & Delegation of Authority Risk Analysis & Risk Management Policies – Procedures - Training Why You Should Attend This Webinar This webinar demystifies HIPAA. It will give you a sound, basic framework to make your organization HIPAA compliant, protect the privacy and security of PHI you create, receive, maintain, and transmit – and reduce the risk of damage to your organization’s reputation, stability and financial well-being. Who Will Benefit Health Care Providers Health Plans Business Associates Third Party Health Plan Administrators Compliance Committee Members – Board of Directors Executive Staff Senior Management Group Health Plan Administrators HIPAA Compliance Officials – Privacy and Security Officers Information Technology Managers Practice and Office Managers Patient Engagement Specialists Risk Managers Health Care Providers practicing as individuals or in small groups Third Party Group Health Plan Administrators Attorneys for Covered Entities – In-house and Outside Counsel
An employee hands in his resignation and walks out the door and with that person walks out valuable skills, knowledge, and capabilities. You are sorry to see them leave and you don’t want to lose any more like them. Also walking out is the key to how to keep good employees and how to make your business better than ever. The key is Exit Interviews. Exit Interviews can provide critical information that only leaving employees can provide. This is information that can reduce turnover and increase retention. With this information it is possible to increase employee satisfaction, improve business systems, increase engagement and commitment, and maximize quality. Simply put, information is power, and Exit Interviews can provide strategic knowledge that you can‘t live without. This webinar will give you all the tools you need to start your Exit Interview program or improve the one you have. It isn’t rocket science but there are best practices and considerations for doing them well. Our intent is to get you up to speed as quickly and effectively as possible. During this webinar you will Learn the 7 steps for implementing a program Understand the value of developing a listening culture Receive 13 reasons for implementing webinars Understand the difference between the employee’s perspective and employer’s perspective Receive the pros and cons of face-to-face, phone, questionnaire, and consultant interviews Learn who should conduct interviews and when they should be held Learn the value of 2nd interviews Receive suggestions for making the employee comfortable and getting honest answers State the ins and outs of questionnaire administration Answer how to handle involuntary terminations Learn when offering confidentiality can be a problem 15+ considerations in conducting the actual interview Keys to effective listening Importance of documentation for legal protection Learn considerations for analyzing and reporting information Learn importance of taking action and getting the most out of the interviews In your toolkit you will receive A copy of the PowerPoint slide deck 179 sample interview questions in 11 different areas A sample Exit Interview Policy for you to personalize A sample Exit Questionnaire Live question and answer period CEU credits depending on facilitating organization This webinar is intended for HR directors Business owners and senior leaders HR generalists and interviewers Directors, managers, and supervisors Anyone wanting to develop a listening culture
Whether you need to build an Excel-based dashboard, perform some serious data analysis, or simply summarize data for a personal project, Pivot Tables are one of the most powerful tools in Excel’s data analysis and Business Intelligence (BI) toolkit. With just a few clicks of the mouse (and no complicated formulas!) you can quickly and easily build the reports, dashboards and charts that help you to summarize, analyze, interpret and understand your data which in turn helps you to spot trends and get answers to the important questions on which you base your key business decisions. Pivot Tables have a reputation for being complicated and scary but by attending this training, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to use and create them. Objectives Use Pivot Tables to turn raw data into meaningful and insightful reports and summaries Structure your raw data in the right way Design and format your Pivot Table reports so that they are easy to read and understand Summarize your data in different ways including totals, counts and percentages Convert a Pivot Table into a chart Use formulas in a Pivot Table Use Slicers to create interactive Pivot Table reports Why you should attend From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Pivot Tables to summarize and understand their data. Learning how to create Pivot Tables is one of the must have skills for anyone who needs to use Excel to quickly build reports and summaries. This training will provide you with a solid foundation that you can use to build your own pivot tables and reports. Topics covered Use cases: Why and when you should use a Pivot Table Your raw data - do’s and don’ts Create a simple Pivot Table with a few mouse clicks Different ways to summarize your data - total, count and percent Produce time-based reports (quarterly, monthly etc) Apply formatting to a Pivot Table to make it easy to read and understand Display Pivot Table data in alphabetical or numerical order Represent the Pivot Table data as a chart/graph How to update a Pivot Table when the source data changes Using Slicers to Slice, Dice and Filter your data GETPIVOTDATA – What is it? When to use it and when to avoid it Who should attend You should attend this training if you need to use Excel to quickly build reports and summaries or if you simply want to learn how to create Pivot Tables to improve your knowledge of Excel. You don't have to be proficient in the use of Excel to attend. If you can create basic worksheets and can copy and paste and apply basic formatting to cells, you’ll be able to follow along. The training will be delivered using the latest version of Excel for Windows although much of the functionality is available in earlier versions of Excel.
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