Corridor’s Subject Matter Expert (SME) Jean L. Eaton will be speaking at the virtual Spark Healthcare Administration Conference, April 19-20, 2023. Health privacy legislation requires mandatory regular privacy training for everyone that might see, read, or hear patient health information. Proactive privacy awareness protects health information, builds trust with your patients and clients, improves workflow, and prevents privacy and security incidents that cost you time and money!
Key Takeaways from Jean’s Session
- Which privacy health legislation applies?
- What is privacy awareness?
- Consequences of not having privacy awareness training for everyone.
- Benefits of privacy awareness training.
- Practical tips to implement privacy awareness right away!
We highly recommend attending this conference to learn more about improving your patient protection and reducing your liability. Jean’s session is on April 19, 2023, 2:45 pm – 3:30 pm. Corridor friends who attend Jean’s session will receive a special discount for her Privacy Healthcare Online Training.
Corridor’s Privacy Awareness Healthcare Training
Corridor is proud to offer Privacy Awareness Healthcare Training authored by subject matter expert, Jean L. Eaton. Our training is ideal for all levels of staff in any Canadian organization or clinic that collects, uses or discloses personally identifying information. This includes direct care providers such as physicians, allied health professionals and associates, privacy officers, chiropractor clinics and dentists as well as any employees and support staff who are not directly involved in patient care.
A compliance program is your first line of defense to promote the prevention of criminal conduct, and enforce government rules and regulations, while providing quality care to patients. Compliance programs can help protect practices against improper payments, fraud and abuse, and other potential liability areas. Critical to this is clear communication of the rules and expectations along with providing training for all employees so they understand their own obligations when it comes to ensuring compliance with the legislated privacy rules and the health care organizations own policies and procedures.