Privacy & Security Boot Camp - April 30, 2013

Price: $199.00



REACH and Center for Healthcare


Privacy and Security Bootcamp:

HITECH, Meaningful Use, and Beyond


Privacy and security rules and regulations are cumbersome, risk analysis is challenging, and breaches can be costly!!


Learn from experts the most important steps in assuring a safe and secure electronic environment for maintaining patient information. For a minimal fee, gain access to valuable privacy and security tools and resources for conducting risk assessments and handling breach investigations and notifications available through the:  


Speakers will include:

Danika Brinda, MA, RHIA, CHPS

  April 30, 2013 9:00am – 4:00pm

Otter Tail County Government Services Center Fergus Falls, MN

Non-REACH Members $199 / REACH Members $25.00

 (bootcamp and eBox CD filled with information, tools and resources)

To Register Click Hereor call Joseph Janchar at 218-625-4974


The Workshop will cover :

           I.    HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations: An Overview and Update

           II.   HITECH Privacy and Security Provisions:

           III.  Breach Investigations and Management

           IV.  Meaningful Use's Privacy and Security Risk Assessment

           V.   Future Privacy and Security Hot Topics: What is next?

           VI.  Scenario-Based Application





The College of St. Scholastica’s Center for Healthcare Innovation is excited to offer comprehensive educational packages to individuals and organizations working to improve how care is delivered, projects managed, and information secured. The packages consist of training materials, sample policies and procedures, implementation aids, and assessment tools. The eBox provides critical information to organizations attempting to achieve meaningful use of EHRs.

 This Privacy and Security package is devoted solely to the privacy and security of health information and focuses directly on health information in an electronic environment. While the Administrative Simplification Act (section 164.530(b)(1)) requires employers to provide training to employees regarding this topic, we believe organizations also need useful tools and practical examples in order to make positive and lasting change. This is the aim of our educational packages.


The Privacy and Security eBox consists of the following 10 Units:

  • Unit 1: Introduction to HIPAA: Privacy and Security Rules
  • Unit 2: Security – Physical, Technical and

Administrative Safeguards

  • Unit 3: Privacy Practices – Notices, Authorizations and Consents
  • Unit 4: Business Associate Agreements
  • Unit 5: Risk Analysis, Assessment and


  • Unit 6: Breach Notification
  • Unit 7: Privacy and Security Compliance


  • Unit 8: Privacy, Security and HIEs
  • Unit 9: Privacy, Security and PHRs
  • Unit 10: Medical Identity Theft and Red Flags Rules

 Each Unit consists of the following elements:

  • Introduction
  • Background
  • Statutes and Regulations
  • Definitions
  • Topic Specific Content
  • List of Examples, Tools and Templates
  • List of Resources
  • References