In this course, you will gain a thorough understanding of HIPAA- the "Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act". Included are modules explaining the legislative origin of HIPAA, which providers are covered under the act, as well as the steps necessary to protect patient information and request disclosures.

  • What will you learn by taking this course?

    This course gives you the background needed to understand the key cybersecurity compliance and industry standards. This knowledge will be important for you to learn no matter what cybersecurity role you would like to acquire or have within an organization.

  • Why should you take this course?

    HIPAA compliance training will educate employees about what HIPAA is, why it is so important, and how to honor its guidelines. This means learning about what PHI is, how to recognize it, and when it can be transmitted without patient authorization.

  • About this Course

    In this course, we will cover what HIPAA is, why it is important and the key takeaways your organization needs to know.

  • Chapter 1: Introduction

    ✔️ What is HIPAA Compliance?

    ✔️ What Information Does the Privacy Rule Protect?

    ✔️ What is the HIPAA Privacy Rule?

  • Chapter 2: HIPPA Privacy Rule

    ✔️ Whom Does the HIPAA Privacy Rule Apply?

    ✔️ How Does the HIPAA Security Rule Protect Your Data?

     ✔️ What is the HIPAA Security Rule?

  • Chapter 3: Violation and Compliance Risk Assessment

    ✔️ What is the HIPAA Enforcement Rule?

    ✔️ Elements of a HIPAA Compliance Risk Assessment

      ✔️ What is a HIPAA Violation?

  • Who is required to become HIPAA compliant?

    Any covered entity (CE) or business associate (BA) that stores, processes, transmits, maintains or touches protected health information (PHI) in any way must be compliant. Examples of covered entities include any healthcare service provider such as a hospital, pharmacy or physician.

  • Why should you take this course?

    HIPAA compliance training will educate employees about what HIPAA is, why it is so important, and how to honor its guidelines. This means learning about what PHI is, how to recognize it, and when it can be transmitted without patient authorization.

  • Who is responsible for HIPAA?

    Both the healthcare organization and individual staff members who access PHI are responsible. The organization is responsible to put all necessary safeguards in place for HIPAA compliance. Every individual (office manager, doctor, etc.) is held responsible for health information they should, can or do access.

  • What’s the difference between the HIPAA Security and Privacy rules?

    The HIPAA Privacy Rule addresses appropriate PHI use and disclosure practices by healthcare organizations. The same rules, regulations and policies that regulate Privacy do not necessarily extend to the Security Rule. The HIPAA Security Rule revolves around safeguarding the systems  that house or transmit PHI

  • Key Features:
  • Created by a Security expert :
  • Access period : 12 months
  • Course duration : 40+ hours
  • Quizzes & revision exams :
  • Certificate of completion :
  • Support : 24/7 hours
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HIPAA compliance for an organization

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Helthcare Providers

Audience :

Any organization involved in direct medical treatment of patients.

Examples :

Hospitals, Private Clinics, Doctors, Physicians, Nurses, Medical Schools, Medical Students, Medical Office Staff, Pharmacies, Dentists, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Massage Therapists, Radiologists, Cardiologists, Hospice, Nursing Homes, Home Health, Durable Medical Equipment providers, etc.

Train employees for Compliance and Protect Against Cyber Attacks

Healthcare data and patient information are valuable to cyber criminals. We are experts in HIPAA and our mission is to make HIPAA training and compliance fast, easy, and painless for your organization.

it ensures healthcare providers, health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and business associates of HIPAA-covered entities must implement multiple safeguards to protect sensitive personal and health information. HIPAA established rules that require healthcare organizations to control who has access to health data, restricting who can view health information and who that information can be shared with.

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HIPAA Security Awareness Training Pack

Aspire’s HIPAA training programs can help your organization to meet government legal requirement, while encouraging an organizational culture in which all employees understand the importance of compliance.The course discusses how to identify protected health information (PHI), follow HIPAA’s obligations and requirements, and afford individuals their rights under HIPAA.

Fundamental Training

  • Regulations and Healthcare
  • The Privacy Act
  • The Security Act

People, Citizens, & Healthcare

  • You Are the Target
  • Social Engineering
  • Privacy
  • Ethics
  • Protected Health Information Overview (PHI)
  • Help Desk Responsibilities to Protect PHI
  • IT Staff Responsibilities to Protect PHI
  • Leadership Responsibilities to Protect PHI
  • Physical Security of PHI
  • Cameras in Medical Offices
  • Insider Threat to PHI
  • Reporting Trouble

Data Protection

  • Passwords
  • Encryption
  • Properly Disposing of PHI
  • Protecting PHI in Email
  • Protecting PHI Online
  • Protecting PHI in Social Media
  • Corporate Mobile Devices vs. Personal Devices (BYOD)
  • Protection PHI on Wireless Networks
  • Protecting PHI while Working Remotely
  • Cloud Computing and PHI
  • Mobile Device Security

Specialized Training

  • International Travel
  • Business Associates and PHI
  • Medical Device Security
  • Security Officers Overview (HIPAA)
  • Privacy Officers Overview (HIPAA)
  • EU Data Protection Directive

Cost of a HIPAA Violation in Healthcare

Failing to comply with HIPAA regulations, could lead to disciplinary action as well as personal criminal penalties — up to ten years in prison and personal fines of up to $250,000. Organizations could be fined $50,000 per incident of non-compliance and up to $1.5 million per year for each standard violated.

With risks this high, it is important that all Covered Entities and Business Associates take their HIPAA awareness training seriously.

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Getting started with HIPAA Security Awareness Training doesn't have to be expensive or time


  • Meets HIPAA Security Rule requirements
  • Reduces risks of breach through human error
  • Protects patient data
  • Uses the same methods as government regulators


  • Modular formats
  • Customized to your policies and procedures
  • On-demand video
  • Access anywhere
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Documentation
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