HIPAA Webinar: General Changes to Privacy Practices
Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is pleased to present a webinar miniseries on issues relating to the HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule. Health care providers and business associates alike will benefit from these focused programs that will delve into specific challenges posed by the Final Rule. These complimentary webinars are designed to identify issues for providers and business associates, and will provide tools and action items that attendees can apply to their own circumstances to help them achieve their compliance objectives.
This program is the first in the series. To view a list of all programs, please click here.
When is a patient's authorization required to use his or her protected health information (PHI) for marketing purposes? The Omnibus Final Rule changed the answer to this question, expanding the definition of marketing to include certain treatment and health care operations communications. The sale, use or disclosure of PHI for marketing purposes is also one of several topics that must now be addressed in a covered entity's Notice of Privacy Practices (NPP). The Final Rule mandates other significant changes to NPPs, and how updated versions are to be distributed. The presenters will explain these new requirements and how to comply.
Presenters: Angela M. Rust
Who Should Attend?
Health Care Marketing & PR Professionals, Practice Administrators, Managing Physicians, Privacy Officers, Compliance Officers & Risk Managers, In-House Counsel, and Business Associates.
Continuing Legal Education Credit
CLE credit is pending in California, Illinois, Missouri and Rhode Island. A certificate of attendance will be made available to participants requesting CLE credit in all other states.
Registration & Fees
There is no fee to participate, but registration is required. On registration, you may select your specific program(s) of interest. Please click here to register.
Log-in details will be sent to registered participants 24 hours before the program.
Please contact Hannah Lopas at email@example.com or 414-225-4813.