The pandemic has led covered entities and business associates to rethink training.
For starters, in-services are not always practical right now. With more remote employees, and concerns about trying to contain spread of the virus, in-person, classroom-style training is not working for everyone.
Plus, many providers are dealing with an evolving workforce: more agency/temp staff, more healthcare professionals newly hired due to loosened education or certification requirements during COVID-19. All of these people need training - and providers have less time to train.
Compliance and HIPAA training does not have to be in the form of a live in-service to be effective.
MPA's Compliance and HIPAA Training Handbooks can help.