NYSDA HIPAA Security Compliance Course

**Registration for this course is handled by the New York State Dental Association (NYSDA), NOT Second District Dental Society. Follow links below to register for each available date. Registration is limited, so register early to ensure your attendance.**


THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE.

 

- Click HERE to register for the April 27th HIPAA Security Compliance course.  

- Click HERE to register for the June 22nd HIPAA Security Compliance course.

 

 


Date:

Friday, April 27, 2018 OR Friday, June 22, 2018

Location:

Dyker Beach Golf Course, Brooklyn, NY (April 27) OR Hilton Garden Inn, Staten Island, NY (June 22)

Featured Clinician:

Craig S. Ratner, D.M.D.

Chair, NYSDA Information Technology Committee

 

Synopsis:

The New York State Dental Association (NYSDA) is sponsoring a 3-hour HIPAA Security Compliance course developed by NYSDA's Information Technology Committee. The course and the accompanying NYSDA HIPAA Security Compliance Manual provide a practical guide for dentists and their office team. NYSDA designates this course for three (3) continuing education credit hours. The course explains the specific requirements associated with safeguarding, storing and transmitting electronically maintained information to protect dentists from potential prosecution and sanctions. The goal is to educate the dental team in a common sense, step-by-step way on how to comply with these complex regulations and avoid punitive sanctions. Course attendees will be able to:

 

  • Securely store, protect, share and transmit electronic health information

  • Comply with current federal HIPAA security regulations

  • Implement strategies to reduce the risks associated with audits, financial penalties and censure

 

The course includes:

  • A step-by-step, practical guide to HIPAA security compliance

  • Answers to frequently asked questions about the maintenance and transmission of protected patient information, including:

    • What specifically is required?
    • Who needs a password? How do you design a safe password?

    • Should patients have access to the dental office's Wi-Fi?

    • What is encryption? Is it required?

    • Can X-rays be transmitted via email? To patients? To other doctors?

    • Is there a cost associated with secure communication?

    • How can a dental practice protect itself from a security breach? What must a practice do if its computers are breached?

    • Are dental laboratories and cleaning services required to sign Business Associate Agreements?

 

The most significant benefit is that each dental practice attending will receive the NYSDA HIPAA Security Regulation Compliance Manual and step-by-step guidance for completing the necessary forms and checklists contained within the Manual. Because the HIPAA security regulations include staff training requirements, dentists are encouraged to bring a member of their office team to the course.

 

The New York State Dental Association is an ADA CERP recognized provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, not does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

 

The views expressed by program clinicians do not represent the views or reflect an endorsement or approval by the New York State Dental Association. Unless explicitly stated, featured clinicians do not possess any financial interests of affiliations that could pose a conflict of interest to the program.

 

 

MCEU - 3 HOURS / 9 A.M - 12 P.M

 

Breakfast included