Explain the origins of the Red Flags Rule

Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment:Explain the origins of the Red Flags Rule.Course outcomes addressed in this Assignment:HI305-1: Identify the organization and delivery of healthcare systems in the U.S. HI305-2: Analyze legal and ethical policies and procedures that ensure privacy and confidentiality. Instructions: The Red Flags Rule, a law enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), requires certain businesses and organizations — including many doctors’ offices, hospitals, and other healthcare providers, to develop a written program to spot the warning signs, or “red flags” of identity theft; a legal and ethical violation. Utilize online resources and the Kaplan Library to research the Red Flags RuleCreate an Identity Theft Prevention Program for a healthcare setting of your choice, based on the requirements of the Red Flags Rule. Be sure to include the following key components in your prevention program: Procedures put in place to detect red flags in your day-to-day operationsDescriptions of how you plan to prevent and mitigate identity theftProcedures for how you will respond when you spot the red flags of identity theft, provide examplesDescriptions of the training you will provide to the staffRequirements:Paper should be in APA format, and should be between 2-3 pagesUse at least 3 referencesSubmit completed Assignment by the end of Unit 4Submitting your work:Submit your Assignment to the appropriate Dropbox. For instructions on submitting your work, view the Dropbox Guide located under Academic Tools at the top of your unit page. Please be sure to download the file “Writing Center Resources” from Course Resources> Course Documents to assist you with meeting APA expectations for written Assignments. To view your graded work, come back to the Dropbox or go to the Gradebook after your instructor has evaluated it. Make sure that you save a copy of your submitted work.

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