Wednesday, March 6, 2013
This bootcamp webinar and roundtable discussion series is brought to you by the Health Information and Technology Practice Group, and is co-sponsored by the Business Law and Governance; Healthcare Liability and Litigation; Hospitals and Health Systems; In-House Counsel; Labor and Employment; Life Science; Long Term Care, Senior Housing, In-Home Care, and Rehabilitation; Medical Staff, Credentialing and Peer Review; Payors, Plans, and Managed Care; Physician Organization; Regulation, Accreditation and Payment; and Teaching Hospitals and Academic Medical Centers Practice Groups and the Healthcare Reform Educational Task Force.
This series is presented in collaboration with
This webinar will cover topics such as:
An overview of the significant changes in breach notification, including the presumption of breach and the elimination of the risk of harm threshold for reporting;
Provide insights into the Office for Civil Rights perspective on the new enforcement regime; and
Detail the analysis and compliance documentation required to respond to a potential breach, including the new risk assessment factors.
Access a general overview and more detailed information about each part of the HITECH Final Omnibus Rule Bootcamp.
David A. Mayer, MD
Senior Advisor for Health Information Privacy, Compliance & Enforcement
Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Health &Human Services