HIPAA Texas HB 300
HIPAA – Texas HB 300 Training for Texas Healthcare and Non-Healthcare Professionals
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Texas HB 300 (Texas House Bill 300)
Texas HB 300 (Texas House Bill 300) was a bill passed and signed by Texas Governor places stricter requirements on patient health privacy than those required by HIPAA and also expands the definition of covered entities to include those that come into possession of, obtain, assemble, collect, analyze, evaluate, store, or transmit protected health information.
Texas HB 300 becomes effective September 1, 2012 and requires all employees be trained on it in addition to HIPAA.
This online training covers both HIPAA and Texas HB 300 training requirements for all Texas Healthcare and Non-Healthcare Professionals dealing with confidential protected health information. Any individual or organization that engages in the practice of assembling, collecting, analyzing, storing or transmitting PHI, comes into the possession of PHI, obtains or stores PHI, or is an employee, agent, or contractor of a person described above (if they create, receive, obtain, maintain, use or transmit PHI) must comply with Texas HB 300.
The expanded definition of HB 300 means that many businesses and individuals currently exempt from HIPAA will be subject to the requirements of HB 300. For example, lawyers, accountants, schools, researchers, internet service providers, etc.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has mandated annual privacy and security training, as well as regular reminders, for all employees of Covered Entities. Regular training is therefore more than an issue of best practices: it is legally required by the federal government. Biologix Solutions’s engaging HIPAA training can help your organization meet this legal requirement, while encouraging an organizational culture in which all employees understand the importance of compliance.
HIPAA Texas HB 300 Training (Healthcare and Non-healthcare)
It is mandatory for anyone who comes into contact with protected health information (PHI). This includes
- Clinicians / Physicians
- Dental Healthcare Professionals
- Receptionists & Support Staff
- Health IT Professionals
- EMR Vendors
- Medical Transcription Service Organizations
- Health Care Consultants
- Documentation Technology & Services Providers & Professionals
- Anyone who provides treatment, claims, payment and operations in healthcare
- Health plans
- Insurance Companies
- Employees/interns of Contractors & Vendors
- Other Professionals (Lawyers, accountants, schools, researchers, internet service providers, etc.)
HIPAA Texas HB 300 Corporate Rate / Group Rate:
If you are an organization looking to train your employees, please contact us for group rate. All organizations are required to comply with the HIPAA Privacy regulations, since Privacy involves safeguards from a people standpoint, but only those who store or transmit protected health information electronically are required to comply with the HIPAA Security regulations which is meant to protect electronic data. Once you know which regulations you need to comply with, then it is just a matter of knowing what you need to do to comply.
- 100% Online 24×7 self paced training
- Only $10 for an individual (Group Rate Available for Organizations)
- Get your certification done in about an hour
- Receive your printable certificate on the same day
- Unlimited final exam retakes (guaranteed certificate)
- Nationally recognized certificate
- Includes HITECH and Omnibus Rule
- Texas HB 300 Compliant