Who Needs HIPAA Training?

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If you work for a company that has any access to an individual’s private health information, then you should know who in your workforce needs to have HIPAA training.

So then, who specifically needs to be trained?

The answer is that all members of an organization’s workforce for whom it is probable to have access to private health information should be trained.

These would most likely be:

  • Volunteers
  • Trainees
  • Workers who are under control of those on behalf of organization or affiliated with it, but not a partner in business.

Even more specifically, there are schools/departments/groups that need to be HIPAA trained as well:

  • Schools of Nursing, Dentistry, and Medicine and affiliated Institutes and Centers
  • School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS)
  • Information Technology
  • Audit Services
  • Department of Environmental Health and Safety
  • Human Resources
  • University Archives and Records
  • University Counsel
  • Researchers

So, where can you get the training? A great way to do it is through an online video course. If you’d like to get HIPAA training for your organization, or even just yourself, please visit ProHIPAA.com and get started.


Sources: University of Louisville & HIPPA and Training

Elizabeth Shaw

Elizabeth Shaw

Elizabeth enjoys teaching and dancing as well as being a violinist in a local orchestra. She loves reading and writing materials that range everywhere from short stories and poetry to medical dictionaries and encyclopedias. She enjoys sharing her talent for the written word by being a regular contributor and test and training editor here at ProTrainings.

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