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Privacy & Security Training Games

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has multiple training modules.

The security training module, which was developed with the assistance of the Regional Extension Center Program's Privacy and Security Community of Practice, uses a game format that requires users to respond to privacy and security challenges often faced in a typical small medical practice. Users choosing the right response earn points and see their virtual medical practices flourish. But users making the wrong security decisions can hurt their virtual practices. In this version, the wrong decisions lead to floods, server outages, fire damage and other poor outcomes related to a lack of contingency planning.

The use of gamification by ONC is an innovative approach aimed at educating health care providers to make more informed decisions regarding privacy and security of health information.

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The content on this page is archived and is no longer being updated. The training games, available in Flash format, are no longer being updated and may contain information that is out of date or no longer relevant.

Content last reviewed on October 14, 2020
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