"Now healthcare professionals have a simpler, more cost-effective way to do their HIPAA training with Morf Playbook to implement all of the latest guidelines regarding patient records and confidentiality.”
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 01, 2016
Morf Media Inc., developer of Morf Playbook™ talent development, skill-building and compliance training platform for use on mobile devices and PCs, today launched its latest online course, 2016 HIPAA Best Practices. Updated with latest guidance on National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Information and on cybersecurity best practices, the interactive course provides a clear, effective approach to correcting and preventing mistakes and leaks in confidential medical information.
Protect Patient Privacy, Comply with Regulations, Improve Efficiency
“HIPAA compliance is integral to any healthcare affiliated organization,” said Angela Bazigos, healthcare IT security expert and chief compliance officer at Morf Media Inc. “The 2016 HIPAA Best Practices course on Morf Playbook offers fast, focused and engaging guidance with the latest updates on avoiding phishing attacks and a section for those impacted by NICS. Now healthcare professionals have a simpler, more cost-effective way to do their training to implement all of the latest guidelines regarding patient records and confidentiality.”
The 2016 HIPAA Best Practices course shows healthcare providers how to lower the risk of regulatory action through up to date HIPAA compliance training. Recent legislation, specifically expectations regarding electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) and Electronic Health Records (EHRs), implemented stricter privacy regulations when storing and transferring patient information. Complete training in the details of these new guidelines helps companies avoid steep fees and legal issues.
The 2016 HIPAA Best Practices course is designed to help meet multiple agency requirements around the world, such as Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Civil Rights (OCR), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) requirements. It includes a comprehensive overview of the Act, including the recent January 4, 2016 updates on NICS.*
- Definitions and applications of HIPAA, HITECH and the HIPAA Omnibus Rule
- The importance of HIPAA within an organization
- Specific rules and regulations of HIPAA
- HIPAA Enforcement
- Patient Rights
- HIPAA Privacy Requirements
- The Breach Notification Rule
- Release of Information (ROI)
- HIPAA Security Rule
- PHI Safeguarding Tips
- Electronic Health Information guidelines
- Business Associate Agreements
- An overview of HIPAA violations and complaints*
“2016 HIPAA Best Practices will help clear any ambiguity or misinterpretation in any area of HIPAA or HITECH and will equip the participant with the latest developments,” added Bazigos. “Plus taking the quizzes and exams on Morf Playbook allows you to train anytime on your mobile device, track your training and earn a certificate of completion for continuing education credit.”
Morf Playbook provides a growing list of courses for 2016 FDA Compliance Training Series with certificates of completion for use toward continuing education units. The new courses include the following topics:
21 CFR Part 11
Cosmetics - How Are They Regulated
Drug Discovery and Development - The FDA Way
Writing Effective SOPs
Excel Spreadsheet Validation for 21 CFR 11
FDA Direct: Establishment Registration and Listing
FDA Direct: Overview of Regulatory Requirements for Medical Devices
FDA Direct: Risk Management & Drug Surveillance
FDA Inspection - Key Factors for a Successful Inspection
FDA Inspections – 21 CFR 11 and Computer System Validation
FDA Inspections - Food Facility Inspections
FDA Inspections - Information Readiness
FDA Inspections - Managing Inspection Outcomes
FDA Inspections - Managing Regulatory Risk
FDA Inspections - Organization Readiness
FDA Inspections - Program Overview
FDA Inspections - Quality System Readiness
FDA Quality Metrics – Latest Advances
Good Clinical Practices
Good Documentation Practices
Project Management for 21 CFR 11 & CSV
Key Factors for an FDA Inspection
European Data Protection Reform
The courses are individually available and are also available with the complete Morf Playbook training system. With its built-in authoring, reporting tools and analytics to measure an individual’s progress, Morf Playbook provides a complete secure training delivery platform. It provides personalized recommendations for remediation, course progress and completion tracking, exam proficiency and certificates of achievement.
For more information about Morf Playbook courses and Morf Playbook platform, visit Morf Media.com or contact Natalia Glatcovschi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Note: “HIPAA Certified” is not the same as “HIPAA compliant”. No third party or hosting provider can make your organization HIPAA compliant. There is also no certification program recognized by the federal governing body of the HIPAA standard, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
On Jan. 4, 2016 HHS released a final rule (federalregister.gov) that modifies the existing HIPAA Privacy Rule to clarify that it is not a privacy violation to report certain information to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).
Importantly, the rule does not apply to most health care professionals and does not allow diagnostic, clinical or other mental health treatment information to be reported.
About Morf Media, Inc.
Morf Media, Inc. is shaping the future of enterprise talent development and compliance training with Morf Playbook™. The mobile platform provides one-to-one leadership, development, skill building and training on a smart phone, tablet or PC. Morf Playbook delivers interactive courses using a variety of media, including audiobooks and video. Its patented mobile framework offers an engaging way to empower people to perform at their best while providing individuals, team leaders and managers with reporting, metrics and communication tools to optimize talent and performance. Founded in 2013 by a seasoned management team, the company is based in San Francisco with offices in the Silicon Valley. For more information about Morf Media, please visit: http://www.morfmedia.com
Vice President Marketing of Morf Media, Inc. USA