Group A Education Seminar Project
HS410-01 Organization & Management for Health Care
Professor Lisa Giarda
May 14, 2013
HIPAA: Confidentiality Related to Medical Records
The purpose of this seminar is to provide healthcare professionals with information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). HIPAA created the privacy and security rule for the confidentiality of protected health information (PHI). Since the implementation, the protection of PHI continues to be a significant challenge throughout the healthcare industry. Meeting Time and Place
Event Type: In Person Meeting
Learning Category: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Security
Venue: Quality Inn
Location: Manhattan, Kansas 66502
Date: May 15, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM CST
Lunch and Refreshments Will be Provided by:
Premium Signature Sandwich; served with potato chips, pickle spear & cookie.
Cost of Attending
$20.00 per person
Scott Blanchette, MS, MBA, CISSP, CISM – HIPPA – HITECH Compliance, Healthcare and Technology Expert Michael Montijo, MD, MPH, FACP, is a Healthcare and Security Expert and Compliance Expert Topics That Will be Coverd:
What is HIPAA?
* Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
* Passed by Congress in 1996
* Allows for movement of health information and right to keep coverage * Reduces fraud and abuse
* Mandates standards
* Protects health information
* Overseen by DHHS
Why is HIPAA so important?
* Protects privacy of medical records/information
* Allows for individuals to access their information
* Allows for individuals to limit who sees their information Who Has to follow HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules?
* Health plans
* Health insurance companies
* Government programs for healthcare
* Hospitals/clinics/and their staff
* Healthcare clearinghouses
Who is protected by HIPAA?
* Anyone and everyone who has health information out there of any kind in any setting What Happens if HIPAA is violated?
* Violations are most often accidental, but do happen on purpose * Anyone has the potential to violate
* Fines start at $50,000.00 and can go up to $250,000.00
* Prison time is 1 year up to 10 years
* Civil penalties are $100.00 per violation and max fine of $25,000.00 for separate incidents of the same violation, but cannot fine if violation was unknowingly done, no neglect intended, and violation corrected within 30 days * Any one person or organization is subject to penalties
* Can result in exclusion of Medicare
* If no fine, charges of conspiracy, aiding and abetting may still apply We are expecting 50 executives to attend. The rental of the room is $150.00, $750.00 for the food and drinks, and $100.00 to be divided up to pay the speakers for their hour of time. This brings the total cost to $1000.00. This makes the cost per person $20.00. Each person in attendance will be given a copy of the power point we are showing, a pen to take notes with, and a certificate of completion at the end. We will also be giving them an evaluation form so they can evaluate the presenters and our choice of venue and refreshments. I have for us an evaluation form so we can evaluate the presentation on a whole to see if we want/need to make any changes for future conferences. Follow up Meeting for Designers
One week after the seminar
May 22nd, 2013 in board room A inside our organization
Post Conference Evaluation Form:
How many of those who attended found the presenter’s engaging? Where the refreshment’s satisfactory?
Was the cost of the presenter’s affordable to the organization? Was the overall cost affordable to the organization?
Was the length of the seminar too long, too short, or acceptable? Did the conference room fit the number of people, was it comfortable?...
References: California Department of Health Care Services. (2012). Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Retrieved on May 10, 2013, from
McWay, D.C. (2008). Today’s health information management: An integrated approach. (1st ed.) Clifton Park, NY: Thomson-Delmar Learning.
Dye, C. F. (2010) Leadership in healthcare: Essential values and skills. Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.
Garner, G. (May 4th, 2013). ABC Article Directory. “Understanding exactly what constitutes HIPAA rule violation”. Retrieved on May 9th, 2013 from: www.abcarticledirectory.com
Van Wyden, G. (n.d.) What happens to an employee who violates the HIPAA law? Retrieved on May 9th, 2013 from: www.ehow.com/about_5038512_happens-employee-violates-hippa-law.html
Richards, F. (n.d.) What happens to an employer who violates the HIPPA law? Retrieved on May 9th, 2013 from: www.ehow.com/info/12092899
AMA (n.d.) HIPPA Violation and Enforcement. Retrieved on May 9th, 2013 from: www.ama-assn.org
National Academy of Science (2009) Retrieved from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK9579
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