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|Section 1: Introduction to HIPAA|
Introduction to HIPAAPreview
Introduction to HIPAA
|Section 2: Privacy Issues Explained|
Privacy Issues Explained
Privacy Issue Explained
|Section 3: Security Rule Explained|
The Security Rule Explained - Part 1
Security Rule Explained Part 1
|In this lesson we will discuss the physical and technological requirements of the Security Rule for the Medical Office.
Security Rule Explained Part 2
|Section 4: Transactions and Code Sets|
In this lesson we will talk about HIPAA's requirements for standardized code sets. For those who are currently in the Healthcare field, you may already be familiar with these. The CPT, ICD-9 and HCPCS are the common coding systems used for transmitting claims. HIPAA requires the universal use of these codes as well as other types of codes.
Transactions and Code Sets
|Section 5: Unique Health Identifiers|
In this lesson we will talk about the unique identifiers that HIPAA requires for the different entities involved in an insurance claim. These include the provider and the provider.
Unique Health Identifiers
|Section 6: Busting HIPAA Myths|
Busting HIPAA's Myths
Busting HIPAA's Myths
|Section 7: HIPAA Updates for 2016|
Updates for 2016
|Section 8: HIPAA Review and Final Examination|
|Lecture 9||34 pages|
|This lecture is in a slide show format. Go through this material as well as your previous lecture notes to assist you in your review for the HIPAA Examination.
|Quiz 8||22 questions|
You may take this final examination as many times as necessary to pass this course. You will need a score of 88% or better to pass
Carol has taught allied health courses for more than 13 years. She is nationally recognized for her teaching ability as well as her dedication to quality adult education. She is a national award winning instructor who has also constructed high quality "Train-the-Trainer" programs as well as helped to build the curriculum for 3 major national allied health vocational institutes.
Carol has a Master's Degree in Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in education. Her courses integrate technology with traditional teaching methodologies in order provide the most differentiated and student-centered learning experiences.
Carol has 20 years experience in the allied healthcare arena and is certified as a clinical and administrative medical assistant as well.