Online Training - Healthcare & HIPAA


To learn more about our online training or to register for a course, call Dale Rothenberger at 1-800-355-8267 or email him now.

7863 Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation This lesson covers the definitions, signs, and symptoms of abuse, neglect, and exploitation, the behaviors and characteristics of the abused and of an abuser, and ways to protect patients and understand the obligation to report suspected abuse.
7867 AIDS in the Workplace HIV and AIDS present serious risks for medical personnel. In this lesson you will learn the facts and myths about HIV, ways to manage the risk of infection, fair employment practices related to HIV-infected employees, and how to appropriately interact with patients and co-workers with HIV and AIDS.
7868 Americans with Disabilities Disability covers a wide range of physical and mental conditions. Some disabilities are visible, while others are entirely invisible. This lesson explains how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects individuals with disabilities. You will learn how the ADA affects employment practices and public accommodation, and how to recognize situations that meet or violate the ADA.
7869 Back Care/Ergonomics Back injuries, often from poor lifting techniques, are the most common type of occupational injury. In this lesson you will learn about muscle injury caused by repetitive stress, ways to minimize accidents and injuries, and tips on how to arrange your work station to avoid ergonomic injuries.
7870 Bloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare Workers Healthcare workers are at high risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This lesson covers the OSHA requirements for minimizing your exposure to bloodborne pathogens through the use of Standard Precautions such as protective clothing and equipment, the appropriate handling of sharps, and the disposal of potentially infectious waste.
7871 Bloodborne Pathogens for Supervisors Due to the nature of the work, healthcare industry workplaces have a high percentage of personnel who are considered "at risk" for exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Injuries with needles or other sharp devices are the most frequent cause of bloodborne infections in healthcare settings. In this lesson, you will learn how to prevent and manage bloodborne pathogen exposure risks for healthcare personnel in your facility.
7872 Electrical Safety Electrical accidents can involve enough current to shock or even kill you. This lesson provides a basic understanding of electricity, how to identify electrical hazards in the workplace, safe work practices, safety tips to reduce your potential for electric shock, and how to respond to an emergency situation involving electricity.
7873 Fire Safety and Patient Evacuation Fire in a healthcare facility places the lives of staff and patients in great danger. This lesson covers the precautions to take to prevent fires, how to protect yourself, other staff, and patients from fire and smoke, how to respond in a fire emergency, and how to use a portable fire extinguisher.
7874 Hazard Communication Most chemicals used in healthcare facilities have some hazard potential. In this lesson you will learn the procedures for using chemicals safely, where to get the information you need, how to recognize and prevent exposure, and how to respond to a chemical accident.
7875 Latex Allergy Many healthcare workers are at high risk for developing latex allergies because of their frequent use of latex gloves. This lesson explains the dangers posed by latex, the signs and symptoms of possible latex allergy, ways to manage the risk of exposure, and how to respond to a severe reaction to latex.
7864 Lifting and Transferring Patients Healthcare workers face a high risk of occupational injuries due to frequent lifting and transferring of patients. By using correct methods for lifting and transferring patients, healthcare workers can ensure safety for themselves and for their patients. In this lesson you will learn about the risks involved in lifting and transferring patients, how to plan the movement of patients, and proper techniques for executing common lifts and transfers.
7876 Patient Rights Patients in medical facilities have rights that are protected by state and federal laws. This lesson explains key elements of patient rights and prepares healthcare workers to meet accreditation standards set forth by the Joint Commission.
7877 Personal Protective Equipment Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is not a luxury, nor an optional convenience.
PPE provides a barrier against physical, chemical, radiological, and biological hazards for healthcare staff. This lesson covers the types of PPE used in the healthcare industry, its requirements and limitations, and how to properly maintain and dispose of contaminated PPE.
7865 Restraint and Seclusion This lesson describes the legal requirements for the use of restraints and seclusion and defines these terms. It covers the different types of restraints and standards for their use, including patients’ rights, orders, application of restraints, monitoring, and documentation. The lesson also covers the safe use of restraints as well as alternatives to using restraints and seclusion.
7878 Security and Workplace Violence More assaults occur in the healthcare and social service industries than in any other!
In this lesson, you will learn why the healthcare environment is prone to workplace violence, how to recognize violent behavior, and the steps you can take to prevent it. You will also learn how to appropriately handle a violent event, and what to do after an incident takes place.
7879 Sexual Harassment for Healthcare Sexual harassment can result in loss of productivity, disruptive work environments, and loss of good employees and managers. In this lesson you will learn the behaviors that might be considered sexual harassment, the proper actions to take if an employee experiences or witnesses sexual harassment, actions an employer can take to prevent sexual harassment, and the actions an employer should take if sexual harassment is reported.
7866 TB Protection for Healthcare Workers Every effort should be made to protect healthcare workers against the hazards of tuberculosis, TB, infection. This lesson provides awareness training for controlling the spread of TB in healthcare settings.

 

HIPAA

7897 HIPAA Basic Health Info Security Training

This course introduces you to the standards for electronic health information security under the Administrative Simplification provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

It covers:

1. Why the federal government wants to protect the security of electronic health information.
2. The approach to health information security taken by the proposed standards.
3. Physical safeguards.
4. Technical security.
5. Administrative procedures.
6. Implementing the standards.

7898 HIPAA Basic Privacy Health Info Training 1: Confidentiality: Privacy 1

This is the first of two courses on the privacy regulations under the Administrative Simplification provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

It covers:

1. Who is covered by HIPAA
2. What information is protected
3. The general rules on use and disclosure of protected health Information

The second part of the course covers:

1. Special rules on use and disclosure of health information
2. Complex organizations under HIPAA
3. Individuals' rights to health information.


7899
HIPAA Basic Privacy Health Info Training II: Patients Rights: Privacy 2

This is the second of two courses on the privacy regulations under the Administrative Simplification provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

The first course covered:

1. Who is covered by HIPAA
2. What information is protected
3. The general rules on use and disclosure of protected health Information

This part of the course covers:

1. Special rules on use and disclosure of health information
2. Complex organizations under HIPAA
3. Individuals' rights to health information
4. Privacy administration and implementation.

7900 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Ancillary Staff

This course informs ancillary
service providers about the use and
disclosure of health information. It is intended for personnel who provide clinical testing, diagnostic imaging and similar ancillary services. Hospital-based physicians who provide these services and who have practices outside the hospital should also take the general course for Members of the hospital medical staff.

This course covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Uses and disclosures of protected health. information.
4. Safeguarding health information.
5. Reporting problems and violations.

7901

HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Clinical Support Staff

This course informs clinical support personnel about the use and disclosure of health information. It is focused on the needs of staff who are not direct care providers, but who have access to health information to support clinical functions for quality assurance, utilization review, peer review and similar activities.

The course covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. Using Health Information.

7902 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Contracting Staff

This course informs contracting personnel about the use and disclosure of health information.

The course covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. Using health information.

7903 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for HR Staff

This course informs human resources personnel about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. Using health information.

7904 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Medical Records Staff

This course informs medical records personnel about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. What information is protected?
2. Permitted uses and disclosures of protected health information.
3. Individuals' rights concerning their health information.
4. Safeguarding health information.

7905 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Patient Accounting Staff

This course informs patient accounting personnel about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. Using health information.

7906 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Registration & Admitting Staff

This course informs registration and admitting personnel about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. The patient registration process.

7907 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Hospital Medical Staff

This course informs medical staff members about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected Health Information.
3. Uses and disclosures of protected health. information.
4. Safeguarding health information.
5. Reporting problems and violations.

7908 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Patient-Care Workforce

This course informs members of the clinical workforce about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Uses and disclosures of protected health. information.
4. Safeguarding health information.
5. Reporting problems and violations.

7909 HIPAA Privacy & Security Training for Volunteer Staff

This course informs hospital volunteers about the use and disclosure of health information.

It covers:

1. Privacy administration.
2. Protected health information.
3. Safeguarding health information.
4. The patient registration process.

7910 HIPAA Basics of Health Care Privacy, Data Security & HIPAA

This course provides an overview
of the Administrative Simplification
provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

You will learn about:

1. The need for administrative simplification.
2. The standards for electronic transactions.
3. Health information privacy and security.
4. Individual rights over health information.