Office of Civil Rights HIPAA Audits–Ready or Not, Here They Come

HIPAA auditsPYA Compliance Consulting Manager Susan Thomas presented “Office of Civil Rights HIPAA Audits–Ready or Not, Here They Come ” at the Kansas Association of Local Health Departments Midyear Meeting.

 

Learning objectives included:

  • Understanding the Office of Civil Rights Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health audit program.
  • Reviewing lessons learned from Phase 1 audits.
  • Discussing the scope and selection for Phase 2 audits.
  • Determining Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act audit readiness.
  • Reviewing a breach investigation case study.
  • Considering additional resources.

View presentation below.

If you would like more information about healthcare compliance, or would like to request a speaker on this topic for your organization or event, contact one of our executives below at PYA, (800) 270-9629.


Shannon Sumner

Shannon Sumner

Principal

Susan Thomas

Susan Thomas

Manager

Barry Mathis

Barry Mathis

Principal

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