HIPAA Principles and Provisions - FL

Insurance Continuing Education in Florida

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$12.95

4 credit hours

If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
May 31, 2025 (323 Days)

Florida insurance continuing education will require you to complete an Affidavit of Personal Responsibility as part of the final exam process. The affidavit is now completed online prior to taking the final exam.
Description

This course focuses on the HIPAA legislation. Upon completing this course an agent should understand the history of the HIPAA Legislation; have a brief understanding of Health Insurance Reform; understand HIPAA’s impact on Individual Health Insurance Plans and Medical Savings Accounts; and fully comprehend the Administrative implications including Administrative Simplification Provisions, Security Regulations, National Identifier Requirements, and Privacy Provisions.

Exam Details

Need Proctor?No
Question Count:25
Passing Grade:70%
Attempts to Pass:Unlimited
Note: If you choose to request additional credit types while taking this course, the number of exam questions and proctor rules may change to meet those credits' requirements.

Course Details

Course Number:81027
Approved Title:HIPAA Principles and Provisions
Approved Credits
4 credits in (CE0240) CE 2-40 - Health
Provider:InsuranceStudy.com
Provider Number:363175

This course has been approved as INTERMEDIATE by the state of Florida.

Topics Covered:Life and Health Insurance, Law and Legislation, Health Insurance
Program Level:Intermediate

Rules for Florida Insurance Continuing Education

  • Course material may not be downloaded.
  • Exam is closed book.
  • Starting in 2022, the state of Florida's Bureau of Licensing has asked all education providers to implement course controls within their online content to ensure coursework is not rapidly skimmed through to access the final exam. In order to provide you as much autonomy within the course material, our system will implement a minimum 20% seat time within the course material prior to accessing the final exam. Example, an approved five hour course must be reviewed for at least one hour and all content viewed prior to accessing the final exam.