All eyes on you so no peeking
Information security is a top priority at EyeMed.
As a managed vision care organization and guardian of employee Protected Health Information (PHI) and Personal Identifying Information (PII), we take security seriously. Our clients expect it, and it’s the right thing to do.
We are stepping up our security efforts to maintain client satisfaction, meet the highest expectations of information security and ensure EyeMed sets the standard in vision benefits for protecting sensitive information.
Starting this week, all eyes are on you! All associates must complete the following 5 information security training modules in EyeGrow by Sunday, May 15 at midnight:
- HIPAA Awareness
- Fraud, Waste and Abuse
- Information Security Awareness – NEW
- False Claims for California
- Luxottica Code of Conduct
Some of you have already completed one or more of these modules. If so, focus on those modules yet to complete. We estimate that completing all 5 modules will require 2 to 2.5 hours. If you have not yet completed the associate guide acknowledgement, please complete that module ASAP, as well.
So, whether you carve out time every other day to plow through the training, or do it all in one fell swoop, we’re relying on you to elevate our security standards. What’s in it for you?
- 100% compliance and bragging rights.
- Associates who complete all 5 modules in 72 hours (by 8 a.m. Friday, May 6) will be entered into an Early Bird drawing for some fabulous prizes including Oakleys and gift cards.
- Every associate has been assigned to a security team, and the first security team to complete all 5 modules will win a pizza party. Find your team here.
- But most importantly, you’ll know you’ve done your part to make EyeMed no. 1 on yet another front!
TIP: We always recommend that upon completing a training module in EyeGrow, you do a screen shot or use an application like Snippit to capture the onscreen proof that you completed the module. Do this before moving onto the next module or logging out of EyeGrow. If there’s a question about completing the modules, you’ll be glad to have documentation.
And remember, protecting personal health information is in everyone’s job description. Put your monitor on snooze (“snooze buttons” coming this week) when you walk away, dispose of confidential documents in the proper locked bins and put away sensitive documents before leaving for the day. It’s for real.