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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a United States legislation that sets the standard for protecting the privacy and security of patient health information. The act also requires healthcare providers and businesses to take specific measures to ensure that patient data is kept confidential and secure. In order to comply with HIPAA regulations, your organization needs to have a HIPAA policy in place and provide training to employees on how to protect patient data. Employees need to understand the importance of keeping patient information confidential and the consequences of violating HIPAA regulations. That’s why we’ve put together this HIPAA quiz to ensure that your employees are up-to-date on the latest HIPAA regulations and best practices for protecting patient data. The quiz is accessible on any device, so your employees can take it wherever they are – whether that’s on their commute, in between tasks, or before they finish up for the day.

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Why take a HIPAA training quiz

This HIPAA training quiz will help you to identify knowledge gaps in your team’s understanding of how to protect patient health information and stay compliant with government regulations. This knowledge is critical for protecting the safety and health of your patients, as it teaches your team how to properly safeguard patient data, request consent for sharing information, and understand the penalties for violating HIPAA regulations. All of these are essential skills that your team needs to properly care for your patients. With regular HIPAA training, your team will be more confident with how to protect patient health information. Plus, you’ll also get access to your team’s results ​​so you can understand individual workers’ knowledge gaps, as well as overall performance once the quiz is complete. For teams that require more regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the HIPAA quiz to your learners in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall and implement what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a one-off training program. Make sure your team has the proper training to protect your patients by reinforcing your HIPAA training with this quiz today.

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Example questions from our HIPAA training quiz

Question 1

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

Question 3

HIPAA protects any information or combination of information stored in electronic or print form that can be used to identify an individual .

Question 5

The Privacy Rule describes how a covered entity can use and disclose PHI.

Question 7

Which of the following are considered Covered Entities?

Question 9

The HIPAA Security Rule safeguards include:

Question 11

## <center>For 2022, by 22 February, the HHS Office of Civil Rights reported how many records (to the nearest million) were currently under investigation for breaches?

Question 13

Well-executed analyses; robust, layered safeguards; and, frequent reviews of safeguards are usually adequate to protect against external threats.

Question 15

Only practices with more than 5,000 patients need Privacy and Security Officers.

Question 17

What should Dakota have done?

Question 19

Phishing attempts frequently appear as legitimate emails from known sources.

Question 21

What does HIPAA provide?

Question 23

Which of the following are personal health identifiers?

Question 25

The Privacy Rule applies to both print and electronic medical records.

Question 27

Appoint a Privacy Officer who is responsible to enforce privacy compliance , ensure the rights of individuals under the Privacy Rule and to receive privacy complaints.

Question 29

Administrative Safeguards include:

Question 31

Under the Breach Rule, patients may be notified of a breach by:

Question 33

Which of the following are true of internal threats?

Question 35

In a small practice, one person can fulfill all of the roles required to implement, maintain, and monitor security safeguards.

Question 37

Your office receives an unexpected email from a known consultant with a link to provide practice information, bank account information, and access credentials for the practice management system.

Question 39

What should Alex do?

Question 2

The HIPAA Security Rule establishes national standards to protect individuals’ electronic personal health information.

Question 4

When in doubt, treat every piece of patient data as if it is protected information.

Question 6

HIPAA establishes only criminal penalties for unauthorized disclosure of personal health information.

Question 8

Security policies and procedures, if well-designed, do not need to be reviewed and updated.

Question 10

A breach is an impermissible use or disclosure under the Privacy Rule that compromises the security or privacy of the protected health information.

Question 12

Which of the following is an example of a 'Social' breach?

Question 14

Examples of internal threats affecting PHI include...

Question 16

Create a collaborative atmosphere, a community of practice, in which all employees are encouraged to participate in building robust security practices.

Question 18

Why do phishing attempts frequently include a link to an external site?

Question 20

When should the Office of Civil Rights be notified following a breach?

Question 22

Who must comply with HIPAA?

Question 24

Every HIPAA violation is treated the same.

Question 26

The Privacy Rule requires patients to receive plain language notice of:

Question 28

Good security practices protect against any reasonably anticipated threats or hazards to the security or integrity of such information.

Question 30

Is Sam posting a picture of a patient's unique tattoo to a social media site a breach?

Question 32

PHI is valuable to hackers because...

Question 34

Put these steps in the correct order

Question 36

What happened?

Question 38

The Dakota and Premera Blue Cross cases were both adversely affected by phishing attacks.

Question 40

Which of the following practices can mitigate against losing unencrypted PHI?

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