What is HIPAA?

​​HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, is a Federal Regulation dealing with health records. The purpose of the Act is to ensure the privacy and security of Protected Health Information (PHI) with regard to patient records and research subject data. As an employer, healthcare practitioner and researcher, CMU is committed to protecting its employees, patients and subjects within our community.

Primary HIPAA Training.

If you have been enrolled for HIPAA training, access SuccessFactors and view the HIPAA training material that has been assigned to you.

If you are a supervisor authorized to request HIPAA Training for a Workforce Member, or group of Workforce Members, please submit a ticket.