The Dec. 13 audio seminar will provide clear explanations of the enforcement environment faced by healthcare.
Participants will be briefed on:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Lessons learned from the three criminal prosecutions invoking HIPAA;
- The expected liability issues facing users of EHRs;
- The OCR and CMS enforcement activities;
- State and federal court decisions that have further defined healthcare responsibilities;
- State actions affecting medical privacy and data security in healthcare;
- The privacy and data security enforcement outlook for 2007; and much more
- Privacy and Security Officers
- Hospital Administrators and Board Members
- EHR professionals
- Compliance Managers
- HIM Professionals
- Government Policymakers
- Benefits Managers
- Healthcare Attorneys and Consultants
- John Christiansen, Co-Chair of the American Bar Association's Committee on Healthcare Privacy, Security and Information Technology; and a member of the technical expert advisory panel for the HHS-funded EHR initiative, Health Information Security and Privacy Collaboration; principle, Christiansen IT Law.
- Dennis Melamed, editor, Health Information Privacy/Security Alert.
Seminar participants will receive free certificates of participation.
Approved for 1.5 CEs by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006, 1:00 - 2:30 pm EST
Registration with a CD recording is $309 per site (one call-in line). No Limit to Number of Attendees per Site.
Register at www.melamedia.com.
or download the form at www.melamedia.com/121306.Order.Form.pdf and fax it to 703.619.4912.
CAN'T MAKE THE DATE?
CD set w/course materials: $260.
For further information, call Dennis Melamed at 703.704.5665