OMNIBUS RULE COMPLIANT HIPAA MANUAL
FOR PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPY PROVIDERS

HIPAA Compliance PlanDid you know that all rehabilitation/therapy providers are REQUIRED to comply with the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule, or risk facing major penalties?

Did you know it already went into effect on September 23, 2013?

Most importantly, are you in compliance? Do you have a HIPAA Compliance Plan? With the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule, penalties have increased for noncompliance up to a maximum of $1.5 million per violation.

“This final omnibus rule marks the most sweeping changes to the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules since they were first implemented”
–Leon Rodriguez, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Director of Civil Rights

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PhysicalTherapist.com has partnered with a leading health care compliance law firm to offer a full HIPAA Compliance Plan designed specifically for private practice rehabilitation/therapy providers, allowing you to fully satisfy your obligations under the HIPAA Omnibus Rule. This HIPAA Compliance Plan includes:

  • Complete HIPAA Procedure Manual
  • Sample Business Associate Agreement
  • Sample Notice of Privacy Practices
  • Sample Acknowledgment
  • Sample Authorization

BONUS!

In addition to everything mentioned above, we’ve also added the following important documents at no additional charge! These will help ensure you’re in full compliance with the HIPAA Omnibus Rule.

  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule Policies and Procedures
  • Notice of Protected Health Information Practices (Privacy Notice)
  • Acknowledgement of Receipt of Privacy Notice
  • Patient Authorization for Practice to Obtain or Release Protected Health Information
  • Business Associate Agreement

Compliance with the HIPAA Omnibus Rule is not optional. Don’t risk major penalties and fines! Get your HIPAA Compliance Plan today!

By purchasing this HIPAA Compliance Plan, which has been prepared specifically for the rehab industry, you will be provided with the above document templates to assist in complying with the new HIPAA requirements.

HIPAA Compliance Plan

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