HIPAA training observations

Friday, 2 March 2007, 11:07 AM EST

I spent the last two days in Austin attending a HIPAA Security Auditing course provided by the State of Texas. The course was a MIS Training Institute presentation. Although it was not the best presentation I have ever attended I have to say that taking this auditing course really opened my eyes to the HIPAA requirements and how it is going to affect my organization. The most important lesson that I learn through this course is the differences between Covered Entities (CE), Hybrid Entities (HE), and organizations that do not fall under HIPAA requirements.

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