In compliance with the Privacy Rule of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Stanford University School of Medicine requires all students to complete Patient Privacy Regulation HIPAA Training before starting classes and ANNUALLY thereafter. Stanford’s HIPAA Training is a Web-based training that takes approximately one-and-a-half hours. The Office of PA Studies sends e-mail instructions to all PA students annually.
Pre-clerkship students will not receive credit for the Practice of Medicine course until they have completed this training. Clerkship students will be unable to enter their clerkships until they have completed this training.
To complete the web-based training go to: https://el.lawroom.com/loginhipaa.asp
Login ID and password will be sent automatically by the Lawroom system when the Office of PA Studies enters you into Lawroom. Please retain your Lawroom login and password.
Students must adhere to Stanford Health Care HIPAA Security guidelines
The Data Security Program at the School of Medicine oversees compliance with Stanford policy and federal law. To find out more about the Data Security Program, and to get your computers ready for encryption: med.stanford.edu/datasecurity. See sections 3.12 and 3.15 for additional information on data security and encryption