Covered Entity Manual is a template-style download manual that can be easily adapted to align with your compliance needs as a covered entity. All content complies with the Omnibus Rule.
Covered entity-specific manual provides you with a generic, yet comprehensive set of policies and procedures:
33 privacy policies
30 security policies
6 policies that address common requirements
of both the privacy and security rules
1 breach notification policy
12 forms and templates, including a notice of
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About the Author:
Chris Apgar, CISSP, CEO and president of Apgar & Associates, LLC and former HIPAA Compliance officer for Providence Health Plans, is a nationally recognized expert and educational instructor on information security, privacy, HIPAA, the HITECH Act, state privacy law and electronic health information exchange. He’s a frequent instructor and panelist for leading industry groups such as AISHealth, HCPro, HIMSS, Healthcare IT News, and HCCA.
Mr. Apgar is a member of the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) Board of Directors on which he has served for seven years. He is co-chair of the WEDI Regional Affiliates Workgroup and the HIE Workgroup. He is the secretary and member of the Oregon & S.W. Washington Healthcare, Privacy and Security Forum Board of Directors and has been a member for the past thirteen years. His clients range from small to large health plans, providers, healthcare clearinghouses, vendors, non-profits, government agencies, and health care associations.
In addition to conducting educational webinars for the Oregon Medical Association, assists members with privacy, security and regulatory compliance. Mr. Apgar is also a nationally known speaker and author. Most recently Mr. Apgar authored the McGraw-Hill Healthcare Information Technology Exam Guide chapter on the regulatory aspects of health IT.