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HIPAA 203: How to Perform a HIPAA Required Risk Analysis and Having a Required OIG Compliance Program in Place

Online $40.00 2 Ty Talcott, DC, CHPSE

This course is accredited in the following states:

Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming,

This course is accredited in the following Canadian Provinces:

British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Yukon,

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Topic: HIPAA 203: How to Perform a HIPAA Required Risk Analysis and Having a Required OIG Compliance Program in Place

Credit Hours: 2

Instructor: Ty Talcott, DC, CHPSE

Course Description: Officials within the Office of Civil Rights have publicly stated on numerous occasions that an office has met NONE of the HIPAA standards/regulations, no matter what else they have done, if they do not have a current Risk Analysis and recent ISAR’s. Most doctors do not even know what these are, much less have them in place and documented. Plus, the Office of the Inspector General is specifically attacking chiropractors, stating that up to 82% of all claims paid to chiropractors should be taken back by the government. The only strong defense a chiropractor can have is to have the required OIG compliance program in place. This program has been required since 2010, if an office treats one of more Medicare/Medicare eligible patients per year. This course will teach methods to perform a legally required HIPAA Risk Analysis, and discuss strategies to avoid having Medicare take back money paid out to chiropractors.

Course Outline:

  • How to perform a risk analysis
  • Review the components of an OIG/Medicare compliance program
  • How to perform periodic ISAR’s
  • How to create the required contingency plan with data recovery and emergency mode operations

Learning Objectives:

  • List ways to help simplify the implementation and maintenance of an appropriate Risk Analysis.
    • Asset list
    • Vulnerabilities and threats
    • Present controls in place
    • GAP analysis
    • Potential solutions
    • Mitigation plan
  • Outline how to perform required ISAR’s (Information System Activity Reviews).
  • Discuss how to avoid being ravaged by demands to return money paid to you by Medicare.
  • Diagram a required contingency plan consisting of an emergency mode operation and data recovery plan.

Dr. Talcott has consulted to thousands of healthcare practices relative to business development and protection. He is a sought after speaker who has led numerous seminars, keynote speeches, and has been on the cover of several magazines. Dr. Talcott has presently instructed over 100 webinars and 90 live events relative to HIPAA and government compliance for 38 chiropractic associations and five chiropractic colleges, as well as independent medical organizations. He is a founding partner in an independent physician association that credentialed participating doctors for contracting with HMO’s and PPO’s. He has had numerous articles published relative to the onset of and participation with managed care, and over a dozen articles regarding HIPAA compliance. Dr. Talcott served on the Governor appointed Workers Compensation Commission in Texas, and he has founded and chaired two hospital departments.

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