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Managing PHI Breach - Office of Civil Rights Incident and Mitigation Requirements for Protected Health Information
Friday, February 22, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
Palo Alto, CA
This HIPAA Compliance webinar will assist attendees in developing and implementing tools to investigate and mitigate Protected Health Information (PHI) breach incidents.
Improper disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI) has been on the rise since the inception of the Breach Notification Rule. Over 7 million records were improperly disclosed in 2011 and are predicted to be higher in the following years. Improper use or disclosure of health information is costly and can often be avoided with strong internal awareness and procedures. Proper management, audit and developing early investigation and mitigation practices can significantly reduce legal liability to your agency.
This course will provide an in depth understanding of OCR incident and mitigation requirements and what to expect from government regulatory agencies such as Office of Civil Rights (OCR). It will provide guidance on creating a strong incidence response plan. Areas of the response plan include development and implementation of response teams, training of staff, early detection, evaluation, response and managing the long term breach consequences.
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