This presentation on medical data privacy will provide information that will assist your practice in protecting health data. The session will reveal the latest regulatory guidance, detail how to incorporate compliance and protection measures and determine your organization's eligibility for incentive payments. Information is provided with advice on protecting electronic health and medical data under current regulatory guidance. Includes discussion of proper protection methods for both paper and electronic medical records and cites examples of protection successes and failures. The course will explore the pros and cons of adopting electronic health/medical records (EHR/EMR)and eligibility criteria for available incentive payments. The session also includes information on protecting medical data in the areas of EHR/EMR and cloud computing by establishing the proper access level permissions via network administration.
All MNTC instruction and curriculum is provided in English unless specifically stated otherwise.
It is the policy of the technology center board of education that students who have paid tuition for adult programs be given full or partial refunds under conditions stated in established guidelines.
A 1098-T Tuition Statement provides documentation you may be able to use to apply for education tax credits when you file your tax return. If you decline to provide your Social Security Number, we will not be able to provide you with a 1098-T.
If you would like to receive a 1098-T form, please provide the name filed on your income taxes and social security number using the provided link. Forms can be delivered in person to either campus or mailed to the following address;
Moore Norman Technology Center
PO Box 4701
Norman, OK 73070
If you have questions please use one of the following options to contact our office:
- Phone: (405) 801-5090 or (405) 801-5091 and speak to a bursar representative
- In Person at Franklin Road: Click here for directions & business hours
If you fail to furnish your correct Social Security Number (SSN) to the requester, you are subject to a penalty of $50 to the IRS unless your failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect.
If the requester discloses or uses your Social Security Number (SSN) in violation of federal law, the requester may be subject to civil and criminal penalties.