Webinar: How to Prepare Your Organization for an OCR HIPAA Audit

August 31, 2015 CynergisTek

9/30/2015 | 1 pm – 2 pm CDT

Iatric Systems and CynergisTek are teaming up to offer a free webinar on how to prepare for OCR HIPAA audits on September 30th. This webinar led by Mac McMillan will provide an overview of the forthcoming random compliance audits that the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) will conduct to evaluate both covered entities’ and business associates’ accordance with HIPAA regulations. McMillan will draw form his firsthand experience assisting organizations with random compliance audits to identify what documentation is necessary and requested during these compliance audits based upon his experiences of going through audits several different healthcare providers, and he will provide guidance on how to prepare for a random audit drawing from proven best practices.

You don’t want to wait for an audit notice to discover you’re not prepared to respond.

You’ll hear:
• What to expect if your organization is selected for an OCR audit
• How to prepare your organization/department for the audit process
• How to identify and mitigate compliance gaps

You’ll also learn about the compliance mistakes made by other healthcare organizations — so you can avoid them.

 

Did you miss the webinar? Download the presentation here and click here to watch a video of the webinar.

 

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