Corporate Access: HIPAA for Nonprofits and Community Workers
HIPAA for Nonprofits and Community Workers
HIPAA for Nonprofits and Community Workers contains HIPAA information tailored for those who work in nonprofit and community settings. It takes into account the unique circumstances surrounding HIPAA compliance in agencies and organization who have staff in various settings. See examples and situations relevant to the work you do. This training goes beyond the standard HIPAA training to ensure nonprofit and community workers understand how HIPAA laws effect the work you do. A quiz is included in this course.
This training meets the requirements for covered entities as described in sections HIPAA Privacy Rule 45 CFR § 164.530(b)(1) and HIPAA Security Rule 45 CFR § 164.308(a)(5) of the HIPAA training requirements.
Ronessa Strickland-Roberts, Med. Asst. MPH, CHES, CAHI and President/Owner of Volcano Consulting, LLC is the presenter for the Grant Readiness Course. She has nearly 10 years management experience, 20 years of public health experience and nearly 10 years of clinical experience. Ronessa is a Medical Assistant and a Certified Allied Health Instructor. Ronessa has either worked as direct service grant staff or provided grants management nearly all of her adult career. This gives her multi leveled insight in grant writing as she is able to see all components from various perspectives because she has "worked her way up the ladder." Ronessa has worked diligently at diversifying her skill set. Her work ethic is impeccable and she strives to be the best at every task set before her. She is her greatest critic. These are also valuable skills for the grants she writes and is only complimented by her natural aptitude for effective communications and writing. Ronessa is an avid reader and information seeker. Additionally, because of her wide array of interests and experiences, she is well read on numerous topics and industries.
- Among her areas of expertise is:
- Health and Human Services
- Program and Project
- Community Health
- Grant Writing and Editing
- Grant readiness
- Evidence-based programs
- Behavioral Health
- HIV/AIDS education
- Sexual and reproductive health
- General Chronic and Infection Disease Health Education
- Minority health
- Adolescent health and pregnancy prevention
- Positive Youth Development (PYD)
- Trauma-Informed Program Design
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StartIntro and Learning Objectives (0:34)
StartHIPAA Titles (Sections) (2:23)
StartOur Focus (0:21)
StartHIPAA and Nonprofits (1:26)
StartClient Rights (1:14)
StartExamples of common HIPAA Violations (0:05)
StartScenario One (0:58)
StartScenario Two (0:17)
StartScenario Three (0:21)
StartAvoiding HIPAA Hiccups (3:31)
StartRequired Course Quiz
StartRequired Course Evaluation
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and you will have access for 12 months or until further notice.
How long do I have access to the course?
Your access will be available for 12 months.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first two days after paying for the course to see if we can remedy the problem. If we can't or you'd rather just have a refund, we will give you a full refund as long as you have made your initial contact with us within the first two days of paying for the course.