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Stop stumbling through your HIPAA privacy and security training

Briefings on HIPAA, April 1, 2008

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Expert advice for common concerns

HIPAA privacy and security officers have been asking themselves the following questions for years:

How frequently do I need to train staff?

What do staff members actually need to know?

Which training method is most effective, and what will it cost me?

“Although organizations have had a few years to fine-tune programs, many are still tweaking their training, while others continue to stumble with education efforts that are ineffective and yield mediocre results,” says William M. Miaoulis, CISA, CISM, manager of HIPAA security services at Phoenix Health Systems in Dallas.

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