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OSHA, Exposure Control Plan & Personel Protection
One in a series of instructional videos in dental assisting. These videos were produced by the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Sciences with grant funding from the University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. John Bidwell is a courtesy faculty member at the UF College of Dentistry, a staff dentist at the Leon County Department of Health and a faculty member of the Tallahassee Community College where he teaches dental assisting. We appreciate the support of Dr. Bidwell and all of the organizations involved in creating these materials.
OSHA Exposure Control Plan Template - Bloodborne Pathogens Course
Snippet from an online OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Course that includes a sample Exposure control plan! Find pdf template at: http://www.amersc.com/osha/pdfs/SampleExposureControlPlan.pdf
Exposure Control Plan
Views: 500 Blake Rudel
OSHA , Exposure Control Plan & Personel Protection
Introduction to personal protection in the clinic from blood borne pathogens.
Views: 193 John Bidwell
Exposure Control Plan ~ Summer 2012
Exposure Control Plan ~ Summer 2012
OSHA Training for Dental Professionals
General Safety Standards and OSHA Overview, Bloodborne Pathogens, Hazard Communications
Views: 42666 Wendy Boyce
If Saliva Were Red from OSAP
OSAP (the Organization for Safety, Asepsis & Prevention) is dentistry's premier organization devoted to education in the area of infection control and patient safety. "If Saliva Were Red" is a powerful training tool created by OSAP to help dentists and their team members create the Safest Dental Visit for patients and themselves. Learn more about OSAP and purchase your copy of If Saliva Were Red at the OSAP website - www.osap.org.
Views: 62497 Dr. John O'Keefe
Infection Control Management Plan
Queensland Health asks Dentists for an Infection Control Management Plan
Views: 504 SmartdentistOZ
Dental Waterline Contamination - Contaminated Dental Waterlines - Dental office Waterlines
The Green Ozone Generator by Dr. George Green. Call 1-800-982-2605 to solve Dental Waterline Contamination, Contaminated Dental Waterlines, etc Ozone is a tasteless, odorless gas comprised of three oxygen atoms (usually at higher levels in our atmosphere). It is formed at upper altitudes from the reaction of 2 oxygen atoms with a third oxygen atom and lightning. The lighting turns two connected atoms into three connected oxygen atoms. This whole process can be done with ozone generators here at sea level which utilize electricity and the oxygen we all breathe. So I had a brainstorm. Ozone works by immediately killing bacteria in the presence of the gas. The ozone can be infused into water. It disrupts the primitive bacteria cell wall and is fatal to all types of bacterial cells but does not affect human cells. As it turns out there is a long standing problem with bacteria in dental office waterlines. This fact is common knowledge to dentists and everyone else in the dental industry. Bacteria come out of the drills and irrigation syringes used in the dental operatory on the patient during treatment. These harmful bacteria can be swallowed or worse, inhaled. The bacterial counts are not high enough to cause illness in healthy individuals but many dental patients we serve are not in ideal health. Any previous effort to clean up the water in the dental water lines has either been unsuccessful, transient, or had a bad taste or odor. Unfortunately, the dental profession has no solution to this problem and the industry has turned its back to it as if it didn't exist. That is until now, In February of 2012 an 82 year old woman contracted Legionnaires Disease traced down specifically to the dental water line of the dentist she had visited two weeks earlier. Within two days, she died. Yes, this poor woman died and I couldn't in good conscience wait any longer to fix this hazard. I had been thinking about this problem before the article appeared about the woman's death in an April OSHA periodical. "Recent Death from Contaminated Dental Waterlines Demonstrates Life & Death Importance of Monitoring Water Quality" http://www.oshafordentistry.com/recent-death-from-contaminated-dental-waterlines-demonstrates-life-death-importance-of-monitoring-water-quality You see the solution had occurred to me one day on a long dog walk sometime earlier. What if the dental water lines drew water from a reservoir of ozone infused water? Since ozone is bacteria - deadly, this property could be carried down the dental water line and sterilize the water used in dental procedures without taste or odor. Few people know this about me, but my Bachelor of Sciences degree from the University of Miami was obtained with a major in Microbiology where I studied bacteria and sterility. I quickly got some Petri dishes and tested my hypothesis: Could ozone be used to sterilize dental water lines? I was not surprised to find out that my hunch worked. Nothing grew on the Petri dishes after ozone treated water was used as the source. I was very surprised to find out that no one had a patent to utilize this technology in such a manner. So, I applied for and received a patent pending number for what I titled "A device to eliminate viable micro-organisms from dental water lines". The engineers at Drinkable Air and I sat down and drew the schematics to submit to the U.S. Patent Office in our now joint venture. I am now holding the proto-type for what has come to be known affectionately as the "Greezanator"(Green's Ozonator). We are currently testing it on the waterlines. We have plans to produce it and make it commercially available to all dentists. I have plans to take it to the legislators in Tallahassee to tell this story and see if they will make it mandatory for every dental office to be equipped with "a Greezanator" to avoid any more deaths caused by our dental water lines. Until then, we now use Drinkable-Air ozonated water in all our reservoir systems to kill and clear any bacteria from our waterlines. Dental Waterline Contamination Dental Water lines Contamination Contaminated Dental Waterlines Green Ozone Generator Dr. George Green Legionnaire's Disease Sterility For Dental Waterlines Dental Waterline Treatment Dental Office Waterlines Dental Waterline CONTACT INFO: The Green Ozone Generator by Dr. George Green Union Dental Corp 1700 University Dr. Suite 101 Coral Springs, FL 33071 Business (954) 603-1362 Cell (954) 868-3193 Toll Free (800) 982-2605
Views: 10445 GreenOzoneGenerator
Smart Training: Dental Bloodborne Pathogens Training
The Smart Training Dental Bloodborne Pathogens module offers an OSHA-required overview of exposure control principles and practices. This training is required for all personnel who are exposed to potentially infectious materials such as tissue and mucous membranes. Armed with awareness of bloodborne pathogens, your dental office team is better prepared to control workplace exposure and contamination. http://www.smarttrainingllc.com/ProductDetails.aspx?ID=8
Views: 570 mysmarttrainingllc
Post Exposure Procedure
Columbia Surgical Specialists Safety Video 2014
V110: Infection Control & Emergencies in the Dental Office
This video is an excerpt from V110: Infection Control & Emergencies in the Dental Office. The full-length video educates the staff about microorganisms and the transmission of infection, methods of infection control, health concerns in the dental office, barrier techniques, OSHA guidelines, methods of cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization, and the disposal of biohazardous waste and sharps. Actual demonstrations of cleaning and disinfecting a treatment room and cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing dental instruments are very informative. Medical and dental emergencies are discussed and a 10 minute program summary is presented. To learn more about the Video Dental Assisting School®, please visit http://www.dentalvideo.com.
OSHA and Infection Rule Compliancy in the Dental Practice
DentalEDU.TV is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing dental education programs of this program provider are accepted by the AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by the state or provincial board of dentistry. The current term of approval extends from February 1, 2009 to January 31, 2012 http://www.dentaledu.tv
Views: 1083 engledental
2018 Dental Enhancements HIPAA OSHA Compliance Video
http://dentalenhancements.com/contact-us/ Let’s face it, you may not think about your OSHA & HIPAA protocols every day, but your team certainly needs to practice them methodically, meticulously and to current standards. It’s the law! Did you know---there are actually (3) areas of compliance that all dental offices need to be compliant in: Federal --Annual OSHA Employee Training International Chemical Safety—better known as OSHA / GHS or Global Harmonization System And the Federal HIPAA Privacy & Security Laws called “Omnibus Rules”. These protocols have been updating, evolving---And getting more complex and demanding every year! Each of these (3) mandates demands the dental team to not only be trained to the current compliance standards but also organize over 1000 documents and implement more than 200 facility protocols. It’s overwhelming, confusing and can just about bury the well-intentioned 21st Century Dentist. Trying to do-this-yourself can prove to be frivolous, but waiting to be “called out” on your non-compliance status---just precipitates more problems. So where do you turn-- when your Safety Protocols get questioned or your HIPAA Privacy Standards gets compromised, What do you do? Who do you call? This much-overlooked aspect of dentistry can create a really big headache for today’s busy dental practice---but it doesn’t have to--- Let’s take a moment to talk about, the perfect solution--- The next few moments are intended to help all Dental Offices that prefers a “personalized, guided-help approach” with their OSHA & HIPAA requirements--- And-- wants to avoid the high-cost of “in-person” compliance consultants. We have some great news: Dental Enhancements provides comprehensive OSHA & HIPAA compliance solutions that are cutting-edge, streamlined, easy-to-understand and implement – and designed specifically for the private dental office setting. The thing that sets us apart from our competitors and makes our clients –“lifetime clients”, is our 24/7 “Expert-On-Call” support. This much sought-after service provides dental teams with “peace-of-mind”, dependability and convenience. Even in a crisis – our team is there to support you! Especially during the dreaded OSHA Inspection or HIPAA Audit: Our Expert- Compliance Coaches, will speak on your behalf and act as your liaison to facilitate your successful outcome-- to any unexpected inquisitions. When you compare other compliance training companies packages – most fall-short to include all of the required—“working parts”. But our most popular, ALL-IN-ONE-- OSHA & HIPAA Compliance Training Package, includes everything’s you’ll need get comprehensively on-track: We start by scheduling your team’s Private ---Employee Training Webinar Session. Which is lead by one of our Expert Compliance Trainers, who, by the way, are all former dental professionals. This interactive-session streamlines your learning and makes the session interesting and fun! Next, an Administrative Phone Session is scheduled with one of your lead team members. This is when your Compliance Coach will navigate all of the support materials. You’ll fill-in-the-blanks & customize your new Manuals, review all updated, required Forms & Report Templates. Then--- your coach will provide a mock OSHA Inspection---asking you over 100 questions about your facility. The results will bear a Customized Safety Facility Report that will be instantly emailed to your office with all of the “right answers” so you can rectify any non-compliant areas within your office. PLUS--- You will get unlimited Expert-on-Call Support as you implement your protocols and throughout the year. Your Compliance Coach will be there for you–at your convenience! You simply pick up the phone and: call, text, Skype™ or FaceTime™ to interface with your very own “Compliance Expert”. This is the exclusive Dental Enhancements “difference” that has our clients passing OSHA & HIPAA Inspections with flying colors! Check your Dental Office: Do you have all (3) Required Mandates in place? To include your Employee Training, Paperwork & Facility Protocols? To find out more about our Guided Help with OSHA & HIPAA or book a free discovery session with one of our team, go ahead, give us a call or click the link below. We are here to help!
Understand what the CQC mean by 'Safe' for dental practices - Webinar
CODE's Professional Services Manager, Alex O'Neill, discusses the CQC KLOE on 'safe' in relation to the fundamental standards. Alex also analyses some of the reports from inspections already carried out to make it clear what the inspectors will be looking out for. This webinar is part of the ongoing iComply expert series.
Views: 1367 iComply
Operative Instruments
One in a series of instructional videos in dental assisting. These videos were produced by the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Sciences with grant funding from the University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. John Bidwell is a courtesy faculty member at the UF College of Dentistry, a staff dentist at the Leon County Department of Health and a faculty member of the Tallahassee Community College where he teaches dental assisting. We appreciate the support of Dr. Bidwell and all of the organizations involved in creating these materials.
Views: 118724 UF College of Dentistry
OSHA Training - Part 1
OSHA Training - Part 1
Views: 9777 Jitendra Vagh
Dental patients may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis
Coastal Health and Wellness admits poor sterilization methods may have exposed patients to any number of diseases at two clinics in Galveston County, Texas. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most watched television news channel for more than 15 years and according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, is the most trusted television news source in the country. Owned by 21st Century Fox, FNC is available in more than 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre. Subscribe to Fox News! https://www.youtube.com/user/FoxNewsChannel Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ Watch full episodes of your favorite shows The Five: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-five/ Special Report with Bret Baier: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-special-report/ The Story with Martha Maccallum: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-story-with-martha-maccallum/ Tucker Carlson Tonight http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-tucker-carlson-tonight/ Hannity http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-hannity/ The Ingraham Angle: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-ingraham-angle/ Fox News @ Night: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-fox-news-night/ Follow Fox News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxnews/
Views: 4618 Fox News
1066 Blood borne Pathogens in Healthcare Facilities
This presentation describes actions to take to minimize the risk of exposure and maximize safety compliance. This presentation is compliant to OSHA's Blood borne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR, 1910.1030). Presented in a Healthcare type setting and covers symptoms of Blood borne disease including mode of transmission, the exposure control plan, recognizing exposure situations and how to prevent exposures. Shows emergency procedures, biohazard signs and labels, selection and use of personal protective equipment, proper disposal of protective equipment, notification of supervisors and or Healthcare officials. www.americantrainingvideos.com 847-838-6362
OSHA Training for Medical Offices
http://www.biomedicalwastesolutions.com/medical-osha/ Online training for medical & dental offices in complying with OSHA & HIPAA compliance is a part of the programs offered by BioMedical Waste Solutions.. OSHA compliance online training for medical offices. OSHA training for medical offices, OSHA training online, and OSHA compliance training. OSHA Employee Training -- The required annual OSHA employee training is conducted at your office at a time you select. Enroll in our OSHA Compliance for Medical and Dental Practices course today and stay up-to-date on the latest regulations.
OSHA Review
OSHA for dental staff
Views: 84 Linda Xayavong
Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Employees
http://www.mastery.com/products/coursecatalog/info?courseid=erisbpte_vod This online training course provides safety precautions for preventing exposure to bloodborne pathogens. People often assume healthcare workers are the only ones at risk from exposure to bloodborne pathogens, but incidents occur in any workplace where transmission of disease and infection is possible. Using the "Universal Precautions" as described in this video should be part of your exposure control plan to fulfill OSHA's bloodborne pathogen standard. This course provides an extensive explanation of diseases caused by bloodborne pathogens and how accidents can lead to transmission. Topics also cover the exposure control plan, universal precautions, Personal Protective Equipment and barrier devices, handling and disposing sharps, exposure response, decontamination, and post-exposure protocols. Preparing all employees with the knowledge to protect themselves is important, as anyone could come across an emergency situation where exposure to bloodborne pathogens is possible. Use this training to create a safer workforce and meet OSHA standards.
OSHA Training Dental Infection Control With Dr. George Gatseos DDS
http://www.safedentalservices.com - Looking for information about dental infection control and OSHA training for dental offices?  Meet Dr. George Gatseos, DDS from Safe Dental Services who will be talking about infection control and OSHA compliance in the dental office. Safe Dental Services LLC PO Box 3950 Grand Junction, CO 81502 303-746-4812 Related Searches: OSHA Training Dental Infection Control Dr. George Gatseos DDS Dr. George Gatseos Dental OSHA Training Dental Infection Control Dental Infection Control Training OSHA Dental Compliance
Views: 1293 Brian Devine
OSHA Training - Bloodbore Pathogens DEMO
GET THE POINT - Bloodborne Pathogens DEMO by TechneTrain, Inc. Employees who may be called upon to administer first aid, or who may be exposed to hazardous waste must understand their risks and how to protect themselves. This industry-customizable program offers an overview of bloodborne pathogens with important information on: -Who must be included in your program -The elements of a Written Exposure Control Plan -Housekeeping precautions to help prevent exposure -Personal protective equipment -Vaccinations -Post-exposure procedures -Universal Precautions Visit our Ebay Store at http://stores.ebay.com/store=831487526 or our website at http://www.technetrain.net
Views: 9071 rtoverfield777
Top 5 OSHA compliance requirements for your dental office
http://dentalenhancements.com Top 5 OSHA compliance requirements for your dental office Do you consider your dental practice to be OSHA inspection ready? If so, congratulations! If you have some doubts, here are some tips that may help you out. 1. Is your OSHA manual up to date? Even if your manual is less than 1-year old, it may not be up to snuff to OSHA requirements. If your OSHA manual is written to the Global Harmonization System (GHS) Standards, you are in great shape! And most recently, the Centers for Disease Control updated their Infection Control Practices---so you should also have a customizable section in your OSHA Manual about your current Infection Control Practices. If you don't have these standards updated in your current OSHA Manual---time to get a new one! 2. Have you fulfilled your Annual OSHA Employee Training requirement? You are supposed to train annually. Every U.S. business must! And this is to include ALL EMPLOYEES. Full & Part timers---Clinical & non-clinical. Having a uniform Training Session with all of your employees’ present is recommended accomplishing this end. 3. Is all of your OSHA Required Paperwork completed and organized? This should include: Your proof of annual OSHA Employee Training, GHS proof of training, employee occupational exposures (categorized, rated and in written form), Hep B vaccination records on file, and employee medical histories on file. And some States may have additional requirements. 4. Have you fulfilled your Global Harmonization System (GHS) Training Requirement? This training focuses on the international chemical safety and changes in how we handle professional products and chemicals in the workplace. There is now an international standardized system to follow. Our MSDS sheets (of the USA) have changed to standardized International SDS sheets. And our Hazardous Rating Labels have been upgraded to Pictograms. All employees must be certified in how to read these-- as part of your training program. The USA Dental Office deadline to complete GHS Certification & training was back in December 2013. 5. Is your facility OSHA compliant? There are many areas inspectors will check in your dental office, ranging from proper handling of pharmaceutical, mercury & biomedical waste to sterilization logs and receipts. There is so much to know and comply with! So working with an OSHA compliance training company that will offer in-depth facility credentialing and a report that provides specific recommendations to rectify any non-compliant areas will be the best, pro-active path to take! So, Now what do you think? If you are confident and comfortable with your current compliance position, that is terrific. But if you feel you are a bit behind-the-times and lack-luster in your OSHA Compliance make sure to take some time to build an updated, comprehensive program in your office! Compliance is a requirement, not voluntary. Make sure your program is comprehensive. You don't want to spend an extensive amount of time with the OSHA Inspector, do you? If you feel you need some additional guidance--- we can offer a confidential phone consolation to get you on the path to optimizing your OSHA Compliance. Contact us today if you need help and advice at 941-587-2864
The Truth about OSHA & HIPAA Compliance in your Dental Office
In this one day informative and entertaining continuing education class, we will bust they myths surround OSHA and HIPAA compliance and what they really mean to your dental office. Earn 7 CE's and a better understanding about what the real rules are and how they can even HELP your office! Visit www.dentalceclasses.com for details about this and any of our CE classes held all over the country. Check our upcoming CE schedule as well as other functions where you will have the opportunity to hear Rick Garofolo speak.
Views: 161 practicemechanic
OSHA Dental Training with Shanna.
Plated this OSHA training video before office Trainings.
Views: 1726 BananaPeelPro
Audio Educcator: Dental Osha
Views: 439 AudioEducator
OSHA Dental Infection Control - Safe Dental - 303-746-4812
We can assist in ensuring that your OSHA Dental Infection Control is up-to-date for 2015! Check out our 2015 schedule online or call 303-746-4812
Infection Control in Healthcare
Dental assistant Liz talks about the infection control standards at Sparkle Dental Joondalup. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ For more info call us on 93002622 or visit our website: http://www.sparkledentaljoondalup.com.au/ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Find us on… Facebook: www.facebook.com/SparkleDentalAU Instagram: www.instagram.com/sparkledental Twitter: @SparkleDentalAU Google+: google.com/+SparkleDentalJoondalup
OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen
Views: 107282 Betco
Accelerated Compliance OSHA & HIPAA Online Training for Dentists
http://acceleratedcompliance.com - Accelerated Compliance was formed by a dentist, dental professionals, OSHA certified trainers, HIPAA specialists, and learning management software experts. The purpose was to create a more efficient and consistent way to administer safety and privacy training without the hassles of scheduling OSHA and HIPAA trainers for on-site meetings. Accelerated Compliance achieves this by moving the required training online where employees can access training at their convenience through a cloud based learning management system.
Views: 213 adam bratland
Introduction to Instrument Transfer
One in a series of instructional videos in dental assisting. These videos were produced by the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Sciences with grant funding from the University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. John Bidwell is a courtesy faculty member at the UF College of Dentistry, a staff dentist at the Leon County Department of Health and a faculty member of the Tallahassee Community College where he teaches dental assisting. We appreciate the support of Dr. Bidwell and all of the organizations involved in creating these materials.
Basic Surgery Instruments & Handling
One in a series of instructional videos in dental assisting. These videos were produced by the University of Florida College of Dentistry Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Sciences with grant funding from the University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. John Bidwell is a courtesy faculty member at the UF College of Dentistry, a staff dentist at the Leon County Department of Health and a faculty member of the Tallahassee Community College where he teaches dental assisting. We appreciate the support of Dr. Bidwell and all of the organizations involved in creating these materials.
Understanding How OSHA Enforces Bloodborne Pathogen Standards in Medical/Dentist Offices
Click here for more Information: http://www.audioeducator.com/hospitals-and-health-systems/osha-inspection-compliance-06-15-2015.html Understanding How OSHA Enforces Bloodborne Pathogen Standards in Medical/Dentist Offices Presented By: Gabriel Sierra & David Ippolito Know the Best Practices for Documentation of Medical Necessity, Critical Care and Other Timed Services! More Videos: - http://www.youtube.com/user/audioeducator2 You can also connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and get the most updated news and views, expert advice and tips to help resolve your coding, billing & compliance dilemmas quickly and accurately. Connect with us on Twitter: - https://twitter.com/audioeducator Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/pages/AudioEducator/244912592201260 LinkedIn: - http://www.linkedin.com/company/audio-educator Google+: - https://plus.google.com/102668946943256059069/posts
Views: 291 Audio Educator
Bloodborne Pathogens Training Video - What to do after Exposure.  2
This video clip - from Kantola Production's Bloodborne Pathogens training video - explains what to do after exposure. This training video is available from Kantola Productions as a DVD or download.
OSHA Compliance Manuals for Medical, Dental and Veterinary Facilities
2013 OSHA Manuals for Physicians, Dentists and Veterinarians
Bloodborne Pathogens Course
Our Bloodborne Pathogen program will show you how to comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard including control measures to reduce the risk of contracting various pathogens. If there's any chance you or your employees might come in contact with blood or any other potentially infectious materials this course is required. The topics discussed in this session include the Methods of disease transmission, Exposure control techniques and the use of personal protective clothing and equipment. http://www.safetylinks.net/bbp.htm
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2018 Free Webinar for Dental Offices | implementing OSHA & HIPAA Regulations within your office
http://dentalenhancements.com/watch-anytime-webinar-2017/ Do you find trying to implement OSHA & HIPAA Regulations within your office… Is like pulling teeth? If so, I know exactly how you feel. There's nothing worse than knowing that you need to comply…And take action! But where do you turn? You end up feeling confused and overwhelmed by all the legal jargon you just don't understand. With so many regulations and rules it can be near impossible to see the forest for the trees. The BIG problem is, you end up going in blind, trying courses and buying expensive books that confuse you even more. And recently, there have been major updates to State, Federal & International OSHA…Plus HIPAA law has been revised to include 580 pages. It’s information overload! That's why today, I'm thrilled to be able to share with you my Free Webinar invitation: An introduction to OSHA, GHS & HIPAA Omnibus Rules & Regulations for the Dental Offices. Hello, my name is Jill Obrochta and for the last 20 years, I've helped thousands of dental professionals gain a better understanding in areas of compliance: Federal OSHA, International OSHA or (the new Global harmonization System) & updated HIPAA Omnibus Rules. During my free webinar I will reveal exactly: What they all mean. Where you can learn about them--- quickly and with ease. When it got so complicated. How you can get these protocols implemented AND... Who can help you! The one thing that makes this 1 hour free webinar completely unique is its 100% focus on Dental compliance and YOUR SUCCCESS! Here's just a taste of what you’ll discover: * What to include in your Annual OSHA Employee Training / And the importance of having Proof of this Certification * All you need to know about New OSHA GHS (Global Harmonization System) * The simplest way to approach New HIPAA Omnibus Rule Training & Protocols *AND The (3) “compliance must haves” all Inspectors look for when visiting your office for an audit. The initial feedback from Dental Professionals to our free webinar has been overwhelming. Tremendous! We created this free webinar because we understand that a lot of dental teams are struggling to make sense of the complex State, Federal & International compliance mandates that affect their business. For a strictly limited time, and only from this video, you can get FULL access to our free webinar by adding your details on the form below. Dates and Places are limited, so it is important to take action now. So if you're looking for peace-of mind regarding the complex requirements demanded by Compliance Mandates, register for one of our monthly webinars now. Remember attendance is limited and allocated on a first come basis. And you'll be glad to know that this complimentary guidance is without obligation, no hard sells and you won’t be pestered by sales staff after the event. That's my guarantee. Make no mistake: Your compliance requirements are NOT going to solve themselves or go away. In fact, OSHA Inspectors and HIPAA auditors are on a high-visitation regiment in 2015. That's why you need to take action right now. The good news is that our Free webinar for dental professionals gives you a clear direction to start from ground zero and specialized insight to get everything in place before OSHA & HIPAA auditors start demanding evidence you cannot provide. Just imagine how you'll feel knowing all your compliance training, paperwork & protocols are up to date and in place Do the smart thing, join our webinar today. Your office may be at risk. Before you sign up for your free webinar below, I would like to invite you to join my LinkedIn group 'Dental Compliance OSHA & HIPAA Focus Group' To join, Click on the link below: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Dental-Compliance-OSHA-HIPAA-Focus-8436291/about http://dentalenhancements.com/
http://dentalenhancements.com/category/products/individual-products-osha-hipaa/ IS YOUR DENTAL OFFICE PREPARED FOR A HIPAA AUDIT? To help you get your dental office comprehensively prepared for a HIPAA Audit, we’ve created this valuable & significant HIPAA Facility Protocol Checklist that will streamline your efforts for HIPAA Compliance Success. Make sure your facility is safeguarded and HIPAA Compliant in these areas. Remember: HIPAA Auditors will check these as their benchmark. (If you need additional guidance—feel free to give us a call.) The HIPAA made EASY Team On 941-587-2864 Ok, let’s get started with the Checklist: □ Evaluate your Patient Check-in & Check-Out Procedures to ensure Privacy. Safeguard them to HIPAA Standards ensure that there is no “overhear” or visual exposures. □ Ensure that your Office Server is Secure: If yours is “on-site”, place it in a secure well ventilated room or lock -it-down with a “server cage” or “server locker”. □ Make sure your Office Wi-Fi is partitioned or separate so that patients cannot access business Wi-Fi and Patient Records. □ Make your Copy Machine HIPAA- Secure: Place it in a management monitored location. Use HIPAA Compliant Copy Policies and have a shredder or copy storage protocol in place. □ Be sure your Our Out Going Emails are HIPAA Compliant---by using Either an Email Encryption Software Bridge or a adopt a strong Written Email Use Program with Testing Protocol (tested on every email—before using that email address. □ Use a HIPAA Compliant Text-App on all Cell Phones that share Patient PHI so that patient information is sent securely over text or simply abstain from sending patient information via texts. . □ Be sure your Fax Machine is operating to current HIPAA Standards. Convert Facsimile to Fax-to Email to ensure faxes are encrypted when sent. Or, traditional faxing will require that you write a detailed Fax Safeguard Plan and implement it to the current HIPAA standards! □ Do away with take-along data back-up drives and go fully cloud-based. Lost or stolen take-along drives prove to be a major risk to healthcare facility owners. Theft of a device risks a $150K HIPAA fine + 18-month audit! Automatic, encrypted, cloud back-up is Best Practices. Research & choose a reputable cloud hosting service. □ Get a HIPAA Manual written to HIPAA Omnibus Rule Standards: Make sure your manual is up-to-date, customized per your office location with HIPAA Officer and Compliance Committee listed. Physical, technical & administrative aspects of HIPAA protocols need to be written and clearly defined for your office. Periodically review & update these protocols. □ Have detailed HIPAA Reports—Up-to-Date: Risk Assessment Report & Data Back-Up & Contingency Reports need to be Up-to-date, detailed, customized per your office location. □ Make sure All Employees are trained to HIPAA Omnibus Rule Standards prior to allowing them to handle patient PHI. Proof of this training is required to be documented. Update employees regularly on HIPAA rules to keep up with evolving HIPAA laws and □ Have all applicable Business Vendors sign Business Associate Agreements with your office. This is a Vendor Confidentiality Agreement, that is required for all vendors who “see or use” your patient PHI. □ Update and use other required in-office HIPAA Forms written to Omnibus Rule Standards. These would include, but may not be limited to: Patient Acknowledgement Agreement, Notice of Privacy Practices, Third Party Release Form, etc. □ Align your office with a reliable HIPAA Resource. Search out a reliable HIPAA Trainer or join a HIPAA Web-Group that will provide support, updates and tutorials on these ever-evolving HIPAA laws. □ Have HIPAA Practice Drills with your team: HIPAA requirements will always be evolving and changing in relation to our advances in technology. Be sure to practice with your team, how you should handle various scenarios with regards to patient PHI, internet use, etc. Establish and update your HIPAA office protocols periodically or at least annually. Don’t forget, you can call us if you have questions about any of the protocols on this checklist. Many healthcare professionals feel overwhelmed when they have to tackle an update to their current HIPAA program. If you have questions about your current HIPAA Protocol set up, or if you would like information on our HIPAA COMPLETE PKG or ALL-IN-ONE OSHA & HIPAA TRAINING PKG, please feel free to contact us at any time for a confidential, complimentary consultation. We love this stuff! And are here to support your success with HIPAA protocols. To view our comprehensive range of Hipaa compliance training packages – click on the link here. http://dentalenhancements.com/category/products/individual-products-osha-hipaa/
937 OSHA & HIPPA Made Easy with Jill Obrochta, RDH, BS : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
937 OSHA & HIPPA Made Easy with Jill Obrochta, RDH, BS : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran Dentaltown - http://bit.ly/DUWHF937 iTunes - http://bit.ly/DUwHFiTunes Jill is a 20-year (+) veteran of the clinical dental hygiene arena, who now owns and operates a web-education company dedicated to successful OSHA & HIPAA Compliance for Healthcare professionals. She is considered one of the country’s top DENTAL-OSHA & HIPAA-for -HELATHCARE COMPLIANCE EXPERTS. For the past several years of her career, Jill has been a compliance researcher, product developer & OSHA / HIPAA training specialists. She is internationally published writer & educator for several, top-industry manufacturers Including: - Capital One - Water Pik Technologies - 3M - Proctor & Gamble She is the founder of HIPAAOmnibusrule.com & DentalEnhdancements.com. Her team of helpful compliance educators provides ---web-based education nationwide. specializing in OSHA made EASY & HIPAA made EASY Training Solutions for the private practice sector in healthcare. http://www.dentalenhancements.com http://www.hipaaomnibusrule.com
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