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HITECH Final Omnibus Rule Bootcamp Webinar and Roundtable Discussion Series, Part II: Privacy Provisions and New Individual Rights in the Final Rule


Wednesday, February 27, 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:

  • Focus on the privacy provisions in the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act Final Omnibus Rule from the perspective of the Office for Civil Rights deputy director for Health Information Privacy;
  • Identify new individual rights, including the right to restrict health plan disclosures, right to electronic copies of records, and control over certain uses and disclosures of protected health information (PHI) about oneself; and
  • Consider the changes required to Notices of Privacy Practices, marketing and sale of PHI authorizations, fundraising opt-out notices, and policies governing remuneration where PHI is involved.

Access a general overview and more detailed information about each part of the HITECH Final Omnibus Rule Bootcamp.



  • Christina M. Heide, JD

    Senior Health Information Privacy Policy Specialist
    Office for Civil Rights
    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
    Washington, DC

  • Jeffrey L. Kapp, Esquire
    Jones Day
    Cleveland, OH

  • Deven McGraw
    Director, Health Privacy Project 

    Center for Democracy and Technology
    Washington, DC


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