Online Anytime HIPAA Compliance Certification Training (level 1 & 2)


This HIPAA compliance course will teach you the HIPAA Security and Privacy rules and guide requirements according to the HIPAA law that how your organization can become HIPAA compliant. The training consists of recent updates on HIPAA regulation due to of Omnibus rule of 2013 and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) which is a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), Omnibus rule of 2013 and Electronic Health Records (EHR) & meaningful use incentives. This training will prepare you for the CHPSE HIPAA certification test.

CHPSE Target Audience:

  • HIPAA Privacy Officer, HIPAA Security Officer and HIPAA Compliance Officer
  • Core Compliance Employees
  • IT Professionals servicing Healthcare Industry
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Risk Managers
  • Lawyers involved in Healthcare
  • Software Architect
  • Business Analyst
  • Team lead of software developers
  • Health care quality assurance and risk managers
  • Business Associates of Covered Entities
  • Project Manager
  • IT Auditors
  • Senior Consultants

To meet your learning objectives you need to call us to discuss your job role, so we can recommend you the appropriate HIPAA course/courses.

Total Course Duration: 25 hours
Audio: Yes
Number of Total Slides: 921 slides
Total Chapters: 27
Online course login expires in: 6 months from receiving the login details.
Certificate valid for: 3 Years
Type of License: One user license cannot be transferred after login is assigned.

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Continuing Education Requirements After Getting Certified:

Once a year all students will have to go through one hour of update course which will include relevant regulation changes and other OCR/HHS activities on compliance and enforcement.

To maintain your certification, you will continue taking updated courses when they are released. You will receive a new certificate when your certificate will expire if you have taken all required update courses. You will NOT be required to take any test if you have taken the updated courses regularly.

Certificate for Continuing Education Credits:

Students can buy a CE credits certificate for this course at the time of registration. You will receive 25 CE credits for this course through the Approved Provider of California Board of Registered Nursing after completing the course.

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Cost of online training and CHPSE certification test: $1200 (Additional Options to buy: $319.99 printed manual, $99 CHPSE practice test, $250 two hours of Instructor support, $180 unlimited CHPSE exam attempt)

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CHPSE Certification Test Only: $180 per attempt

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HIPAA Certification Test:

You will be tested upon completion of the course after which you will have to acquire the 70% pass mark from the 78 question test which has 3 questions from each chapter and each chapter takes 5 minutes, to receive the CHPSE HIPAA certification. Otherwise, the test takes two hours only.

Course Learning Objectives:

Chapter 1 – HIPAA Basics

  1. Understand the purpose of HIPAA legislation
  2. Review the HIPAA Administrative Simplification title
  3. Review non-compliance penalties (civil and criminal)
  4. Review key organizations associated with administering HIPAA Administrative Simplification provisions
  5. Review HIPAA-related terminology and definitions

Chapter 2 – Transactions & Code Sets Overview

  1. Understand motivation and drivers behind requiring HIPAA standard transactions and code sets

Chapter 3 – Transactions – ANSI X12 and NCPDP

  1. Examine the ANSI ASC X12 & NCPDP transactions

Chapter 4 – Code Sets & National Identifiers

  1. Understand the code sets approved for use with HIPAA-covered transactions
  2. Understand national identifiers that have been adopted or may be adopted to identify entities or individuals in HIPAA-covered transactions

Chapter 5 – HIPAA and Health Data – Security & Privacy Requirements

  • Describe how HIPAA relates to health information exchange
  • Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule
  • Identify the steps for compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule
  • Review compliance framework

Chapter 6 – HIPAA Privacy Rule

  1. Understand the core requirements, key terms, and concepts of the Privacy Rule

Chapter 7 – Privacy Rule – Organizational & Individual Relationships, Rights & Responsibilities

  1. Understand Organizational Relationships
  2. Explain Individual Privacy Rights

Chapter 8 – Privacy Rule – Notice of Privacy Practices

  1. Understand HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices (Notice) and Authorization requirements and how to draft and distribute paper and electronic Notices of Privacy Practices and appropriately use an Authorization

Chapter 9 – Privacy Rule – Uses and disclosures of PHI

  1. Understand the general rules regarding use and disclosure of PHI
  2. Understand the rules regarding disclosure for treatment, payment, and health care operations
  3. Understand the rules regarding disclosure for public purposes

Chapter 10 – Privacy Rule – Safeguards

  1. Understand the necessary safeguards to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule security requirements and appropriate privacy practices

Chapter 11 – HIPAA Security Rule – Overview

  1. Describe the scope of the HIPAA Security Rule.
  2. Understand threats and attacks health care enterprises are vulnerable to
  3. Define key security terminology, concepts, and categories
  4. Describe administrative safeguards implementation specifications.
  5. Describe physical safeguards implementation specifications.
  6. Explain technical safeguards implementation specifications.
  7. Describe organizational requirements.
  8. Describe the policies and procedures standards, as well as the documentation standards.

Chapter 12 – HIPAA Security Rule – Threats and Technology Options

  1. Identify technical/electronic threats to the health care enterprise
  2. Explain security technology and electronic protections options that may meet Security Rule and Privacy Rule security provisions compliance requirements

Chapter 13 – Advanced Administrative Safeguards

  1. Describe the requirements for the Security Awareness and Training standard
  2. Explain the requirements for the Security Incident Procedures standard
  3. Describe the requirements for the Contingency Plan standard
  4. Describe the requirements for the Evaluation standard
  5. Describe the Business Associate Contract and Other Written Arrangements standard

Chapter 14 – Physical Safeguards Overview

  1. Explain key steps for a physical safeguards assessment based on the HIPAA Privacy Rule

Chapter 15 – Advanced Physical Safeguards

  1. Describe physical safeguards requirements
  2. Review facility access control
  3. Describe workstation use and security standards
  4. Describe required and example policies, procedures and practices to reasonably ensure appropriate physical safeguards have been implemented

Chapter 16 – Physical Safeguards – Data & Media Management

  1. Describe requirements for device and media controls

Chapter 17 – Security Technical Safeguards Overview

  1. Describe the Security Rule defined Technical Safeguards
  2. Describe the Access Control standard
  3. Examine the Audit Control standard
  4. Describe the Integrity standard
  5. Identify key elements of the Person or Entity Authentication standard
  6. Review the Transmission Security standard

Chapter 18 – Security Advanced Technical Safeguards

  1. Describe the Transmission Security standard
  2. Examine the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) architecture and its key protocols
  3. Analyze firewall systems and their role
  4. Examine Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
  5. Describe wireless security requirements
  6. Identify types of encryption that may be supported by health care entities
  7. Describe core elements of Windows security

Chapter 19 – Digital Signatures and Certs

  1. Explain the requirements of the proposed Security Rule’s electronic signature requirements (not included in the final rule)
  2. Describe a digital signature
  3. Describe a digital certificate and its relationship to a digital signature
  4. Examine the role of a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) in supporting requirements for digital signatures

Chapter 20 – Security Policy and Standards

  1. Explain how identifying threats and vulnerabilities impacts risk management strategies and the development of appropriate security policies
  2. Describe ISO/IEC 27002 and ISO/IEC 27001 standards
  3. Identify factors that impact the development of an enterprise security policy
  4. Describe security policy documents that address areas, such as acceptable use policies

Chapter 21 – American Recovery & Reinvestment Act

  1. American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA), Title XIII, Subpart D Overview (HITECH)
  2. Business Associates New Requirements
  3. Breach Notification Requirements
  4. New Privacy & Security Requirements
  5. Increased Enforcement & Penalties
  6. Federal Reporting & Resource Requirements
  7. Compliance Tips

Chapter 22 – The Omnibus Rule

  1. Omnibus Rule Background
  2. Breach Notification Rule
  3. New Limits on Uses and Disclosures of PHI
  4. Business Associates
  5. Increased Patient Rights
  6. Notice of Privacy Practices
  7. Increased Enforcement
  8. Update Action Considerations

Chapter 23 – The Meaningful Use

  1. ARRA Overview
  2. Meaningful Use Rule Overview
  3. Vendor Certification
  4. Medicare Incentives
  5. EHR Technical and Meaningful Use Requirements
  6. Privacy & Security Requirements
  7. Proposed Meaningful Use Stage 2 Requirements

Chapter 24 – The Red Flag Rules & Healthcare

  1. Red Flag Rule Overview
  2. State Identity Theft Protection Laws & ARRA Breach Notification Requirements
  3. Definition of “red flags”
  4. Identity Theft Protection Program Requirements
  5. Implementation Tips

Chapter 25 – HIPAA Solutions Part 1

  1. Risk Analysis
  2. Audit Program – Annual and Periodic

Chapter 26 – HIPAA Solutions Part 2

  1. Secure Transmission of PHI
  2. Policy & Procedure Development
  3. Training – More Than Just an Annual Workshop
  4. Disaster Recovery/Emergency Mode Operations Plan

Chapter 27 – 2019 Annual HIPAA Certification CE Credits

  1. HIPAA 2020:  A Review of 2019 – Section 1
  2. HIPAA 2020:  A Look Ahead – Section 2
  3. HIPAA 2020:  A Brief Recap – Section 3
  4. HIPAA and FERPA:  A Comparison – Section 4

The above training will prepare you for HIPAA Certification of Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert:



Our organization completed the instructor-led HIPAA training in June 2012. We were very pleased with the depth of knowledge and expertise of the trainer. He provided real life examples we could relate to and customized the training to help provide some guidance particular to our organization. For the non-tech staff, the instructor was instrumental in helping us understand the more complex provisions of the security rules.
Garry Kornrumpf, CPA, CIA – Director, MCHCP
As an IT professional and Trainer, I found your online lectures very helpful and complete. This training and your templates have been a great help to me in providing compliance services to my client’s. Thanks again.
Duane Ragland,
I needed a HIPAA training program that would provide a complete understanding of the privacy and security rules for my technical team as they built and supported applications in hospitals as Business Associates. The online training from the Supremus group provided the detail, accuracy, and currency that I was looking for.”
John Hotchkiss, LiveData
It has been nine months since I passed the CHPSE exam. The exam was challenging to take. However, I felt that the study guides and on-line training were thorough in preparing me for the exam. I have been able to utilize the CHPSE study guides as reference material in my everyday role as HIPAA Access and Risk Control Manager for my healthcare clearinghouse client. I recommend the CHPSE certification to anyone who is serious about obtaining a comprehensive understanding and expertise in HIPAA/HI-TECH ACT.
Walter Boyd
I am the Controller for a company that provides document management services to attorneys. As a Business Associate, we needed to understand how to be in legal compliance with the contracts we have with Covered Entities as well as the statutes set forth in the HIPAA laws. The comprehensive CHPSE class gave me the tools to do just that.
I am very happy with the CHPSE course. I felt I knew HIPAA pretty well, but realized there was much more to compliance that protecting patient charts. I have used the information provided by you and my instructor to review our policies and procedures and develop a true compliance program for our employees. I would not have the confidence to proceed as I am without attending your class.
Michael Popp
Excellent material and exactly the complete and current Hipaa training that I needed. I highly recommend the video training along with the student guide for reference.
Dan Mckenna, Plymouth, MA
My Instructor for the classroom sessions was very knowledgeable about all aspects of HIPAA Privacy and Security and was able to provide extremely detailed coverage of the course materials. He took the time to provide relevant examples and to discuss the course content as it related specifically to our business. In addition, the course manual, resource CD and test preparation software provided a comprehensive approach to exam preparation and will continue to be useful resources back on the job.
Elisa Walden
The online HIPAA course was very detailed and informative. The HIPAA Training and Certification Guide that goes along with the online course is a great tool, and is a resource that I will continue to reference in the future. As my organization’s dedicated Compliance Officer, I chose to take the CHPSE course. I would highly recommend this course to anyone seeking a comprehensive understanding of HIPAA, and anyone tasked with the privacy and security of their organization.
Heather MacDougall, Gulfshore Insurance
I was quite happy with the quality and thoroughness of the training course. I must admit I learned a great deal of information which I am certain will be useful in my day to day work and which will ultimately benefit the patients, clinicians and organizations that we will work with. I would certainly recommend the course to anyone who is looking for an in-depth explanation of the complexities of HIPAA compliance
Adam L. Kushner, MD, MPH, Jora Inc.
Thank you for the valuable assistance you provided me while I train to become HIPAA Certified for my position as Health Information Manager for Bois Forte Reservation Health and Human Service Department.  As a new Health Information Manager for two small tribal community clinics, I was seeking a reputable training organization to obtain my certification for HIPAA Privacy and Security Official.  I conducted my research and sought out further assistance from coworkers in the field.  My Health and Human Services Director provided me with a website for the Supremus Group along with a few other training options. It was a daunting task to determine which training was reputable, comprehensive and priced right.  My knowledge of HIPAA was basic and the requirements for my job would require me to get additional and a comprehensive training.  I zeroed in on the Supremus Group as they offered the most flexibility and best options for receiving my certification. I could attend a class in person, do an online class with or without an instructor.  The cost was manageable and appeared to be the most comprehensive training available.  To save money and time I opted to complete the online training and purchased the in-depth manual for reference materials.  The online course covered all the information I would need and the delivery method was appropriate for an online course.  Each chapter provided concise chunks of information making it easier to absorb and understand.  The structure for the training was clear, logical and effective indicating much thought and expertise went into designing this comprehensive online training.  The exam was extremely comprehensive.  The test questions challenged the learner to know and be secure in their answers.

I would recommend this training to become certified in HIPAA, Privacy, and/or Security.  They have a number of different products and training that I will be sharing with my own network of professionals working in the field.


Pamela Parson – Health Information Manager

Bois Forte Band of Chippewa

Pamela Parson, Bois Forte Band of Chippewa
This course is packed full of useful information that is needed to succeed. I did find a few hiccups within the practice test and final test. I will admit that this made things a bit confusing at times. I contacted Mike at Supremus Group and he was very helpful and responsive to finding a solution for my concerns.
Joshua A. Thompson, Modoc Medical Center


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HIPAA Compliance Certification Training: Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert (CHPSE)
HIPAA Compliance Certification Training will prepare you for certification test of Certified HIPAA Privacy Security Expert (CHPSE) credential.

HIPAA Compliance Certification Training

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