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An Overview of HIPAA's Security Requirements and What Your Organization Must Do to Meet All of Them
Gain an understanding of HIPAA's security requirements and what you should be doing to meet them. HIPAA's Security Rule standards and specifications can provide a helpful road map to help organizations of all types assure they have considered key data security risks and alternatives. Whether you are a HIPAA expert or not, this down-to-earth program rich with real-life examples will help you prepare to assure your organization is making productive use of HIPAA's guidance.
Instructor: Leslie Bender, CIPP/US, CCCO, CCCA, IFCCE - Clark Hill PLC
Runtime: 60 minutes
(CE’s: AHIMA 1.0)
 
Legal Issues Surrounding Patient Data While Working With Law Enforcement
Gain an understanding of when medical documents can and cannot be disclosed to law enforcement. When a nurse at a Utah hospital was arrested for refusing to draw the blood of a traffic accident victim, the resulting video went viral and resulted in widespread praise for the nurse and condemnation (and an eventual firing) of the officer. When a Houston hospital reported a suspected medical identity thief to the local sheriff, the fact that the patient was in the country illegally became the focus of reporting on the matter and eventually resulted in a $2.4 million HIPAA fine for the hospital. Both of these cases point out the difficulty medical record custodians face when the privacy obligations applicable to medical data collide with the needs of law enforcement. This difficulty will likely only increase in a pandemic environment involving vaccine passports and other possible public health enforcement activities. This topic will outline the rules related to medical record privacy, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and its regulations. This topic will discuss which disclosures are required, which are permitted, and which are prohibited. It will also highlight the specific instances when disclosure to law enforcement officials is required or permitted; and the specific steps that medical record custodians should take to ensure that the rules are followed. Specific law enforcement situations will be discussed, and proper responses (and requests for information) will be provided.
Instructor: Jeffery P. Drummond, Jackson Walker L.L.P.
Runtime: 62 Minutes
(CE’s: AHIMA 1.0  including Health Law and Compliance & MN Board of Nursing 1.0 - Contact Medi-Sota for the Nursing CEU once you complete the session)
 
Changes to the 340B Program: What Covered Entitles Must Know
Understand the 340B Program and how the changes can affect multiple health care organizations. The past few years have been an unusually tumultuous time in the 340B Program. This topic will outline the main challenges and opportunities for 340B Program stakeholders. The presenters will underline the practical steps that 340B Program stakeholders can take to ensure compliance and optimize 340B Program participation during the current shifting state of the 340B Program.
Instructor: Richard Davis, J.D. - Quarles & Brady LLP & Michael French, J.D., Quarles & Brady LLP
Runtime: 60 Minutes
(CE’s: Certificate of Completion)
 
Develop Habits of Highly Successful People
Learn how to master habits and improve your thinking and behavior. Most people think they are in command of their decisions, but they're fooling themselves, because they fall into thinking and behavior traps of which they're usually completely unaware. Breaking bad thinking and behavior habits is difficult and can seem like an unnecessarily difficult chore. Only when inertia carries a person or organization to a point where they can no longer deny they have a problem do they tend to take action. By then, the cost of repairing the damage caused by bad habits practiced for long periods of time is far greater than the cost of proactively taking action early. This topic will deliver a framework for mastering habits for individuals and organizations. This material uses the presenter's experience as a legal support and legal operations professional to illustrate the ways people and companies can improve their thinking and behavior by mastering their habits. To become a successful person, one needs to cultivate the habits that correspond to successful outcomes. While this correlation will not necessarily guarantee successful outcomes in all cases, success is far more likely to prove elusive without the habits that typically attend positive results.
Instructor: Noel R. Bagwell, III, Esq., ExecutiveLP®
Runtime: 65 minutes
(CE’s: Certificate of Completion)
 
Improve Workplace Performance With Better Listening Skills
Avoid miscommunication issues - learn this easy to follow method for active listening and ensuring that messages are received as they were intended. Studies have shown that the average person only listens at 25 percent capacity. Another study showed that a total estimated cost of $37 billion could be attributed to lost productivity due to miscommunications and assumptions. That study involved a survey of 400 companies with a total of 100,000 employees. The same study found that the average cost per company was $62 million per year. Group Vision estimated in another study that Fortune 500 companies wasted an estimated $75 million per year on meetings and the major culprit for the waste was ineffective listening skills when materials or information had to be constantly repeated. This topic will address some of the most common causes or reasons for miscommunication and poor listening. It will also provide a systematic, easy to follow method for active listening and ensuring that messages are received as they were intended.
Instructor: Michael Cox, Michael Cox Management and Sales Training
Runtime: 95 minutes
(CE’s: HRCI 1.5 - SHRM - 1.5)
 
Leader Mindsets: The Key to Unlocking Effective Leadership
Gain a better understanding on how to enhance your personal leadership around the power of mindset. Reports suggest that organizational leaders generally perform well below expectations. For example, 65% of employees say they would prefer a new boss over a raise. Why is this the case, even with leadership development being a multibillion dollar industry? The answer lies in an individual attribute that most leaders and leadership developers overlook: mindsets. For decades, researchers have found that mindsets are foundational to and drive how individuals think, learn, and behave. Despite their foundational influence, few in organizations ever talk about or focus on mindsets. In fact, research has found that only 5% of leaders consistently possess the mindsets necessary for effective leadership. This topic will help you awaken your mindsets and learn how to harness the power of mindsets to enhance your personal leadership as well as the leadership throughout your organization. You will also be given access to a personal mindset assessment to identify the quality of their current mindsets.
Instructor: Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D.
Runtime: 58 minutes
(CE’s: Certificate of Completion)
 
Be an Amazing Mentor: Tips to Make a Positive Impact on Your Employees
With proper planning and implementation, an effective mentoring program can be a win for the employees as well as the employers. Sustained success is the goal of any business. Your business can build a chemistry that promotes lasting productivity with the help of an effective mentoring program. Building a mentoring program in the workplace facilitates educational opportunities that can help employees advance in their careers and can facilitate a welcoming corporate culture. Mentoring programs have been proven to reduce high turnover rates, tackle diversity problems and improve employee engagement. Creating a successful mentoring program for employees can be a challenging but worthwhile initiative. Learning to engage with employees in the most positive way will promote learning and contribute to the success of your mentoring program. This topic will help you achieve that victory. Organizations need to create viable career paths for employees that promote strong internal mobility and allows individuals to explore opportunities from a lateral, vertical, or even a diagonal perspective. A mentor relationship is a viable tool in this developmental process. Preparing to be an effective mentor is a key component to instituting an exceptional program. Your program is advanced by learning more about mentoring and the qualities of a successful mentor. It is important to know how you benefit from the mentoring relationship and the do's and don'ts of mentoring. This topic will focus on how aligning talent management processes and providing linkages between job roles, desired competencies and key experiences that will help organizations enhance their future competitiveness. The discussion will demonstrate that implementing well-thought-out mentoring strategies can provide employees with opportunities and a clear direction on how to increase their skills and advance their careers within their organizations. Being an amazing mentor is about discovering and building upon an employee's innate strengths and tapping into their greater worth to the organization.
Instructor: Larry Hammond, Sr., V1H Consulting
Runtime:  72 minutes
(CE’s: ASA 1.0)
 
Goal Setting and Time Management
Learn how to identify all the bad habits that cause you to be less productive and how to fix them. To be effective with time management, you need to set goals and create milestones. If you want to change the way you manage your time, you should start by setting the right goals for yourself, so you can work towards achieving them. When you identify all the interruptions and bad habits that cause you to be less productive, you can start working on quitting them. The main advantage that you can reap by focusing on setting goals for your day, your week, your month, and beyond; is that you will no longer check the clock compulsively because you will be busy working on the goals that you set. Developing a goal-oriented approach to time management can help you to be successful.
Instructor: Audrey Halpern, ARH Employee Training
Runtime: 60 minutes
(CE’s: ASAP PACE 0.1 - IAAP 1.0)