HCISPP certification Training Boot Camp
HCISPP Certification Class Course
(ISC)²'s HCISPP certification helps both employers and job candidates demonstrate their capabilities and commitment to healthcare privacy and security. As the rapidly evolving healthcare industry faces increasing challenges – there is a growing need to ensure knowledgeable and credentialed security and privacy practitioners are in place to protect this sensitive information.
Average annual cost to healthcare industry could potentially be as high as almost $7 billion.- “Patient Privacy & Data Security” Ponemon Institute’s December 2012 .
Our course content is designed in partnership with leading experts in the healthcare field, (ISC)², and Training Camp subject matter experts, creating the most comprehensive, complete review of healthcare security and privacy concepts and industry best practices.
This 4-day HCISPP Class Bootcamp uses interactive learning techniques to provide this relevant content in a manner that will increase knowledge retention and transfer, bolstered with our award-winning exam preparation techniques.
What does having this crucial certification mean to you, your employer, or potential employers?
Federal initiatives are catapulting Health IT Professional Certification to the top of the healthcare industry's priority list. With fewer than 5% of hospitals (excluding Veterans Administration facilities) and less than 20% of clinicians currently using electronically integrated systems—due in large part to a highly publicized skills shortage—the demand for knowledge-equipped and professionally certified health IT professionals is sky-rocketing.
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A few reasons to get certified.
75% of managers believe that certification is important to team performance.
55% of hiring managers consider employee certification as criterion for hiring.
65% of certified professionals surveyed had been in their jobs 24 months or longer.
(Sources: Fairfield Research survey, Zoomerang, "Prometric IT Candidate Study", IDC whitepaper, "Value of Certification, Nov 2006")
Is this course right for you?
Relevant job titles include:
* Practice Administrator
* Information System Analyst
* Clinician (physicians, nurses, and other direct caregivers)
* Information Technology Steering Committee Member
How Will Your Health IT Certification Put You Ahead?
Our Proprietary HCISPP Boot Camp Highlights:
•Customized Official (ISC)² v1 courseware with hands-on learning activities and real-world case studies and examples
•Over 30 hours of lectures, hands-on labs, topic reviews and test preparation.
•Training Camp's Proprietary HCISPP Exam Preparation Courseware and Study Guide
•Official (ISC)² Final Practice Exam featuring the most current pool of exam questions
•Each course is taught by (ISC)² Authorized Instructors, each of whom is up-to-date on the latest healthcare information security-related developments and is an expert in credential-specific domains
•Official HCISPP exam voucher and on-site examination delivery is included.
•Training Camp's HCISPP Certification Guarantee
•Breakfast and lunch are included with optional hotel stay and round-trip airfare
The healthcare industry is exceedingly diverse, consisting of various organizations such as small physician practices and large health systems, laboratories, pharmaceuticals, biomedical companies, private and public payers, regulators and public health organizations, all of which rely on the efficient and effective exchange of patient-related information. HCISPP candidates should be able to understand the diversity of the healthcare industry, the types of technologies and flows of information that require various levels of protection, and how healthcare information is exchanged within the industry.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Understand the Healthcare Environment
Understand Third-Party Relationships
Understand Foundational Health Data Management Concepts
Patient treatment, payment, operations and related healthcare functions such as data analytics and research often require the routine exchange of sensitive patient health information. As a result, the healthcare industry receives a significant amount of oversight in many countries around the globe, and there are numerous laws, regulations, and best practice frameworks that specifically address the privacy and security of patient health information impacting what, when, how and with whom this information may be exchanged. HCISPP candidates should be able to identify and understand relevant legal and regulatory requirements related to health information, including requirements for trans-border data exchange, and help ensure their organization’s policies and procedures are in compliance.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Identify Applicable Regulations
Understand International Regulations and Controls
Compare Internal Practices Against New Policies and Procedures
Understand Compliance Frameworks (e.g., ISO, NIST, Common Criteria, IG Toolkit, Generally Accepted Privacy Principles [GAPP])
Understand Responses for Risk-Based Decision
Understand and Comply With Code of Conduct/Ethics in a Healthcare Information Environment
Privacy and Security in Healthcare
Healthcare organizations continue to face a multitude of challenges, not the least of which is the need to apply a reasonable standard of due care and due diligence to safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of healthcare information and comply with the inherent right of patients and their families to privacy—the freedom from unwanted intrusion into one’s personal affairs. HCISPP candidates should have a basic understanding of security and privacy concepts and principles, the relationship of security and privacy, and the types of information requiring protection in the healthcare industry.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Understand Security Objectives/Attributes
Understand General Security Definitions/Concepts
Understand General Privacy Principles (e.g., OECD Privacy Principles, GAPP, PIPEDA, UK Data Protection Act 1998)
Understand the Relationship Between Privacy and Security
Understand the Disparate Nature of Sensitive Data and Handling Implications
Information Governance and Risk Management
The healthcare environment can be exceedingly complex due to escalating threats and the myriad ways in which information must be utilized to provide patient-centered care, improve clinical outcomes, and support business goals and objectives. These challenges exist for all types of healthcare organizations, whether a large insurance conglomerate or small physician practice group, and the cost of managing information-related risk continues to grow. Organizations must formally establish and be actively engaged with their security and privacy programs to address these challenges and ensure appropriate levels of due diligence and due care are provided for the cost-effective protection of sensitive health-related information. HCISPP candidates should understand how organizations manage information risk through security and privacy governance, basic risk management methodology and lifecycles, and the principle risk activities they are likely to support.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Understand Security and Privacy Governance
Understand Basic Risk Management Methodology
Understand Information Risk Management Life Cycles (e.g., NIST, CMS, ISO)
Participate in Risk Management Activities
Information Risk Assessment
One of the most important aspects of risk management is the assessment of risk. It occurs early in the risk management lifecycle in the initial selection of security and privacy safeguards, when those safeguards are initially implemented, periodically thereafter, and when risk treatments are considered due to a loss of effectiveness or when new risks are identified. HCISPP candidates should understand risk assessment concepts, and be able to identify and participate in risk assessment practices and procedures in their organization.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Understand Risk Assessment
Identify Control Assessment Procedures From Within Organization Risk Frameworks
Participate in Risk Assessment Consistent With Role in Organization
Participate in Efforts to Remediate Gaps
Third Party Risk Management
The flow of information between a healthcare organization and external third parties can present significant security, privacy and compliance-related risks due to the complex relationships required to support patient treatment, payment, operations and related healthcare functions such as data analytics and research. As such, organizations should proactively manage third party risks through a robust third party risk management program. HCISPP candidates should be able to identify third party relationships based on their use of health information, help manage third party relationships, and determine when additional security and privacy assurances are required. Candidates should also be able to support the assessment of third parties, respond to third party security and privacy events, and participate in the mitigation of third party risks.
Key Areas of Knowledge
Understand the Definition of Third Parties in Healthcare Context
Maintain a List of Third-Party Organizations
Apply Third-Party Management Standards and Practices for Engaging Third Parties Based Upon the Relationship With the Organization
Determine When Third-Party Assessment Is Required
Support Third-Party Assessments and Audits
Respond to Notifications of Security/Privacy Events
Support Establishment of Third-Party Connectivity
Promote Awareness of the Third-Party Requirements (internally and externally)
Participate in Remediation Efforts
Respond to Third-Party Requests Regarding Privacy/Security Events
Training Camp offers the highest quality technical education and certification training in an all -inclusive course package specifically designed for the needs and ease of our students. We attend to every detail so our students can focus solely on learning and certification objectives.
Intensive Hands-on Training by Certified Trainers
Exam Voucher and Certification Testing
Examination Vouchers & On-site Certification Testing
Hotel Package Deluxe Package of Hotel Accommodations, Breakfast and Lunch, Unlimited Beverages, Snacks, and Freshly-brewed Coffee Available
Examination Passing Policy Guarantee
Our accelerated courses include the following:
* Our guarantee - pass first time or come back for free, just pay for accommodation, meals, and vendor exam fees
* Pre-course materials
* Courseware and either self-test software or mock exams
* Accommodation and Meal Package options
* Onsite certification testing including vouchers*
* The ability to attend 2-week accelerated courses over split weeks
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