LIVE HIPAA Compliance Officer Training

LIVE HIPAA Compliance Officer Training

  • 7900

Presented by Duane Tinker

1-Hour Lecture Credit

This course will be hosted as a live, interactive webinar.

Course Description:

Each dental office/ DSO, as a Covered Entity under HIPAA regulations, is required to establish someone to oversee the office/organization’s compliance with HIPAA. It’s a thankless job, but someone has to do it. The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires the appointment of a HIPAA Privacy Officer to oversee compliance with HIPAA’s privacy rule. The HIPAA Security Rule requires the appointment of a HIPAA Security Officer to oversee compliance with HIPAA’s security rule. The roles between the two are similar, yet different. The roles may be fulfilled by one person or many persons. In any event, every person tasked with overseeing HIPAA compliance for a Covered Entity should receive training on what it means to administer HIPAA compliance for your practice/organization.

Who Should Attend?

Persons in charge of overseeing HIPAA compliance for a dental practice or DSO.

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand your Roles and Responsibilities as the HIPAA Privacy and/or HIPAA Security Officer
  2. Understand when patient authorization is not required for disclosure of PHI
  3. Describe HIPAA requirements relating to Business Associate agreements
  4. Understand Breach Notification requirements
  5. Identify Administrative, Physical and Technical safeguards required by the HIPAA Security Rule


Available February 2021 Dates:

February 26th, 1 pm - 2 pm CST


Make sure you select the correct time and date below. The Fee is $79/person. Indicate the number of employees in your practice by quantity.

Please allow 1-2 Business Days for a DCS team member to contact you for additional information regarding the LIVE Training. To expedite this process, please call 817-755-0035 or email

Notice Concerning Continuing Education

The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) does recognize OSHA training for continuing education credit. However, OSHA and HIPAA training are required at least annually by federal regulations. Verified participants will receive a course completion certification.

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