Subject: Available Now- CoE-PHI eLearning Module #2: Does Part 2 Apply to Me or My Practice?

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CoE-PHI eLearning Module Available Now:
Does Part 2 Apply to Me or My Practice?
Privacy is key to recovery. It’s also the law. Get the facts about patient privacy and Protected Health Information.
The Center of Excellence for Protected Health Information (CoE-PHI) is happy to share our second eLearning Module to help healthcare professionals who provide or administer substance use disorder (SUD) services to determine if Part 2 applies to them or their practice.

The CoE-PHI’s eLearning module: Does Part 2 Apply to me or My Practice? is designed to help professionals who provide SUD-related services determine whether their patients’ records are protected by the federal confidentiality law and regulations for SUD treatment records, 42 CFR Part 2, also known as “Part 2”.

This module, the second in a series:
  • Provides you with 24/7 access to the information and training you need to understand and implement privacy regulations on the job

  • Can be used by organizations to support their new-employee orientation process and annual staff competency trainings

  • Offers an option to receive a course certificate upon successful completion of knowledge checks

  • Can be completed in 15-25 minutes making it easy to fit into a typical workday
1. To create an account, choose “Center of Excellence for Protected Health Information” from the dropdown list of programs.

2. Create your account and confirm it (if any issues arise in creating an account, please contact the LMS helpdesk.)

3. Once your account is set up, you can click on module link, it will take you directly to the module after providing your login credentials.

Coming Soon:
Please be on the lookout for notifications regarding the release of our first animated video regarding Part 2 applicability created especially for SUD providers outside general medical facilities, such as a free-standing SUD community-based treatment program, opioid treatment program (OTP), or residential SUD treatment program.
For more helpful information, please visit the CoE-PHI Resource Center on our website.
Funded by SAMHSA, the CoE-PHI develops and disseminates resources, training, and TA for states, healthcare providers, school administrators and individuals and families to improve understanding and application of federal privacy laws and regulations, including FERPA, HIPAA, and 42 CFR Part 2, when providing and receiving treatment for SUD and mental illness.

Resources, training, technical assistance, and any other information provided through the CoE-PHI do not constitute legal advice. 
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