Responding to a Potential HIPAA Security Breach: Practical Tips from Real Breaches
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The HIPAA Omnibus Rule and numerous state laws require that individuals be notified of a breach of unsecured protected health information. An entity must perform a risk assessment and make a determination of whether or not the data that was lost, stolen, or accessed is the type to require notification under these various laws.
This live webinar will provide you with a summary of the laws and regulations applicable to a breach of health information, how to navigate them, and practical tips to learn from very difficult real life scenarios that required risk assessments and the conclusions of the risk assessments.
You will be given practical tips on how to get ready for a breach before it happens, how to document risk assessments and decisions to notify or not to notify individuals, and preparing a security breach response plan. Finally, you will have a grasp of the enforcement actions and audits by the Office for Civil Rights and State Attorneys General.
- The HIPAA Omnibus Rule and the New Breach Notification Standards
- Applicable State Law Requirements That May Be Applicable to a Breach of Unsecured Protected Health Information
- Anatomy of a HIPAA Security Breach and a Risk Assessment
- Practical Tips From Real Breaches
- Documentation of Unauthorized Access, Use or Disclosure and/or Notification of a Breach
- Preparation for a Breach Before It Happens - Including a Security Breach Response Plan
- Enforcement by the Office for Civil Rights and State Attorneys General
Linn Foster Freedman Esq.
- Practices in privacy and security law and complex litigation, with a primary focus on compliance and data breach response
- Leader of Nixon Peabody LLP's Privacy & Data Protection Group and chairs both the firm's HIPAA Compliance Team and Health Information Technology Team
- Serves as general counsel of the Rhode Island Quality Institute
- Recognized by Chambers USA as a leader in the field of privacy law
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