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www.copperpennyconsulting.com

Courses

Predictable Failures

A Plan for Disaster Preparedness

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Description

In today’s world, the next big emergency is always right around the corner. Whether it’s your computers, employees, clients, natural disasters, or uncontrollable viruses, it pays to be prepared for something to go wrong! So how do you prepare? How do you protect your business you worked so hard to build? The answer: you plan for things to fail.

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn the types of threats that exist for a modern business.

2.

Recognize cyber threats and how to prevent them to avoid a costly mistake.

3.

Learn how to create, and implement, a Business Impact Plan.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

HIPAA Sucks

Putting The HIP Back In HIPAA

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Description

HIPAA is boring and confusing and just flat out SUCKS! So how do you get the information you need to stay compliant without nodding off in the middle of a lecture? Two words: Amy Wood. This course breaks down the things you need to know in an easy to understand way while using real life examples so you can get (and stay) compliant!

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn all the HIPAA Privacy and Security Basics.

2.

Identify all locations of Protected Health Information in and out of your practice.

3.

Understand what is reasonable and appropriate to protect your practice.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

What The Tech?

Internet Hygiene And Cybersecurity

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Description

Technology is great! It can help you communicate at a faster pace, capture moments in time with a simple click, or even make dinner show up on your doorstep without you leaving the house! But what happens when that same technology turns against you? Hackers have gotten smarter and more skilled, so we need to get more proactive in data security!

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn the current cyber threats to dental practices.

2.

Identify scam emails.

3.

Understand cyber safety precautions to avoid a costly mistake.

4.

Analyze different kinds of cyber insurance to protect your assets.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

Digital Spring Cleaning

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Description

With dental practices utilizing more technology, it is important to ensure that information is organized and secured properly.Β  In this course we will go over choosing vendors for efficiency and data protection, common mistakes and how to optimize organization for an effective Spring Cleaning of your systems.

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn the types of Cyber Threats out there and how to protect your business against them.

2.

Know how, and when, to properly dispose of records of all types.

3.

Create a plan to optimize vendors, file organization and access to patient information.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

HIPAA Horror Stores

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Description

Perfect for a spooky October event, this course explores case studies of data breaches and HIPAA violations that have happened in dental practices.

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn about the different ways dental practices violate HIPAA every day and how to prevent them.

2.

Examine case studies to identify vulnerabilities in your own practice.

3.

Make a plan for your own predictable failures.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

California Dental Practice Act

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Description

This course fulfills the California requirement for 2 hours of Dental Practice Act education.

Learning Objectives

1.

Distinguish between activities that constitute practice of dentistry vs beyond the scope of dentistry.

2.

Describe acts that may constitute unprofessional conduct by a dentist.

3.

Discuss the continuing education requirements for dental professionals for license renewal.

4.

Review current requirements for writing paper and electronic prescriptions.

Details

2 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

Secrets From HIPAA Breach Investigations

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Description

Dental practices deal with protected health information every day, yet many don’t protect it to the level that state and federal laws require. This course will provide an overview of HIPAA as it applies to a California dental practice and provide actionable advice based on security incidents and data breaches in small practices so you don’t end up with an expensive and embarrassing data breach.

Learning Objectives

1.

Gain a basic understanding of HIPAA as it applies to a dental practice and implement a current HIPAA program.

2.

Learn the basics of HIPAA compliance and the current standard of care for security.

3.

Prevent, detect and defend against privacy and security vulnerabilities to avoid data breaches.

Details

3 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

My Practice Hacked, Now What?

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Description

If the worst happens and you experience a data breach, how will you respond? While it seems unlikely that a hacker would want dental information, dental practices are a major target of hacking rings. This workshop will go into detail on how to get and keep your practice protected as well as how to properly react if all defenses fail.

Learning Objectives

1.

Learn how to create a custom incident response plan for your practice.

2.

Understand the current threat landscape and why dental practices are vulnerable.

3.

Walk away confident in both proactive and reactive plans for data breaches.

Details

3 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,
  • Workshop,

How To Build A Strong Foundation For Your Business

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Description

As a home-buyer, the first thing you look at is the foundation to see how stable and strong it is. If you have cracks in your foundation, it doesn’t matter how pretty your paint is when a disaster hits. As a business owner, you should be doing the same thing.Β A strong foundation is the only way to put your best foot forward when building (or maintaining) your business.Β Β 

Learning Objectives

1.

Understand how regulations can be a positive part of your practice culture.

2.

Learn about different ways cracks in your business can cause a catastrophe.

3.

Construct reasonable and appropriate foundational pieces for your business.

Details

1 hours

Qualifies for CE

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,

Driving Positive Change Through Security

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Description

In this special panel for ADMC, two of our own members, Amy Wood and Debi Carr will answer questions from the membership regarding security standards for both dental practices that we work with as well and consultants.

Details

  • Keynote,
  • Lecture,