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HIPAA/TX HB 300 Program

Expires on :31 Dec 2020

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Product Description

  • Privacy Rule
  • Security Rule
  • HITECH Act
  • Breach Notification Rule
  • TX House Bill – 300

This program is an overview of the federal health insurance portability and accountability act of 1995 referred to as HIPAA and it has two modules. Module-1 or the Federal HIPAA applies to practices of dentistry nationwide and includes the overview of HIPAA, the Privacy Rule, the Security Rule, the HITECH act, and the Breach Notification Rule. This training is a must for all dental practices in the US.

In addition to the training in Federal HIPAA, all dental practices in the State of Texas must be trained in Texas House Bill 300 and its amendments. HIPAA protects patients’ protected information with respect to use and misuse. In these modules we address the types of information breaches, costs of protecting information and fines, and we also provide published examples of fines.

Protected health information is any information that can be linked to identifying a specific patient with the help of identifiers. Care providers must have agreements with both covered entities and business associates, and must hold them responsible for secure handing all PHI. HITECH act has significant implications on both privacy and security rules in protection and use of PHI, on patient’s rights, on commercial or unauthorized use and breach notification.

The need to know rule addresses meaningful use, sharing, access, professional judgment and limitation to PHI during the process of providing care. Module 2 or the Texas house bill 300 applies only to the practices in Texas. It addresses training, patient access to PHI, electronic disclosures, report by the attorney general, prohibits sale, and adoption of a standard authorization form in addition to the requirements of the Federal HIPAA. The maximum fine per year is 1.5 million dollars for practices in the United States and dollar 250,000 penalty per year for the practices in Texas in additional to federal fines.

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