HIPAA compliance: Are you prepared for the new regulatory changes?

Since 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has experienced many updates and impacted an increasing number of organizations. January 25, 2013 brought in the most recent changes with the US Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) publication of the final omnibus rule which modifies the privacy, security, enforcement and breach notification regulations of HIPAA.

Understanding how these changes will impact your organization is critical in proactively addressing the changes and mitigating the risk of noncompliance.

If you are a covered entity (healthcare provider, healthcare clearinghouse or health plan), a business associate (an individual or organization that performs covered functions for or on behalf of a covered entity) or are unsure but would like to learn if you are impacted, this webinar explores:

  • A brief history of changes to HIPAA
  • Updated responsibilities for business associates
  • Satisfactory assurances
  • Breach notification
  • Civil money penalties
  • Unsecured PHI
  • How to prepare and ensure compliance as a result of the changes
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