Texas HIPAA HB300 House Bill 300
Employee training on Texas HB300 standards for dental practices.
Texas House Bill 300 HB300 Training
This course covers the current law in Texas as it applies to HIPAA privacy practice in dental practices. This course is designed for dental professionals and provides an overview of the Texas HB300 law for dental practices.
This course takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
Training Requirements for Dental Employees Who Handle PHI
When an employee joins a dental practice, or their job description changes to require the handling of PHI or sensitive personal information (SPI), that individual must receive HB300 privacy training within 60 days of the date of hire or change to their job description.
Ongoing training is also required with a minimum of two sessions to be completed by employees every two years. The training sessions must be documented, and a signature must be obtained from the employee to confirm the training session has been provided.
The content of the training sessions should be specific to the individual and reflect the nature of PHI/SPI access and handling required.
Noted as a skilled risk management and compliance speaker in dentistry, Cary Smith’s lectures are syncope free, fun, and provide actionable resources you can use in your practice. He has provided training programs for private practices, DSOs, Seattle Study Clubs, AGD, Texas Dental Association, American Association of Dental Office Managers, and many others.
Cary is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management from the American Hospital Association and the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management. He’s the only such designee that works for dentistry in Texas. His professional background includes 15 years of risk management experience in dentistry and 11 years of corporate HR work with companies like Motorola, CIGNA Healthcare, and The Hartford Insurance Company.
Cary works with hundreds of dentists through his companies—Dentist Secure, Dentist Secure Labs, and Done Desk.