Spring Semester, 2014
Monday / Wednesday, 7:30 to 8:45 PM
Recommended Textbook: Herzig, Terrell W., ed. Information Security in Healthcare: Managing Risk, HIMSS, 2010.
Description: Health information security and privacy are of utmost importance in today's healthcare environment. This course introduces the concepts, practices and concerns of information security unique to the healthcare settings. The course provides the student with a thorough understanding of the HIPAA security and privacy rules, meaningful use security requirements, security risk assessment and how to integrate privacy and security into medical practices. Privacy and security resources will also be provided.
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