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Prometric Case Study - The HIPAA Academy
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPAA) Academy
Create an integrated learning solution to meet
the detailed requirements of HIPAA legislation, that protects
patient privacy, within very tight deadlines.
eLearning Courseware Development and Robust Testing
HIPAA requires the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services to develop standards that ensure the security,
confidentiality, and integrity of patient healthcare information.
To assist companies in understanding and implementing these requirements,
the HIPAA Academy partnered with Thomson to create a learning
and certification program.
The Thomson partnership includes e-learning courseware
from NETg, instructor-led manuals developed by Course Technology,
and a certification testing program managed and delivered by Thomson
This integrated approach provided the HIPAA Academy
with an efficiently developed and consistent program. Each of
the Thomson businesses employs its unique competency to deliver
a comprehensive, end-to-end solution.
"By partnering with Thomson Prometric to
deliver our certification exams, we are providing testing candidates
with a robust and more accurate testing experience, unrivaled
access to conveniently located testing facilities, flexible test
registration options, and the benefit of Thomson Prometric industry
leading experience," said Allen Nguyen, HIPAA Academy president.