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This webinar will be up to date on the day it is presented because we continuously track the modifications announced on almost a daily basis to Health Information Privacy Regulations to deal with the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. continue to be announced on almost a daily basis by OCR, HHS and CMS.
New Federal guidance from OCR, CMS, HHS and the CDC announces temporary emergency changes while explaining how existing HIPAA Rules for public health emergencies are to be followed. important Federal guidance.
All Covered Entities and Business Associates need to know how to comply with modified HIPAA compliance procedures that are temporarily in place during the pandemic and refresh their familiarity with HIPAA Rules designed for all public health crises.
Emergency HIPAA waivers were established to lessen administrative burdens and expand ways our health care system can care for an enormously increased number of patients.
Modifications to Health Information Privacy and Security Rules and reimbursement funds for expanded services that would have been unimaginable two months ago are in place and extremely helpful. But care must be taken to understand and document compliance with all these changes.
This webinar is designed to help you comply with temporary HIPAA changes as well as the HIPAA Rules that remain in full force and effect.
Why you should Attend:
You should attend this webinar to learn how to address HIPAA compliance requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You will receive valuable handouts providing more detail and links to up to date resources that supplement information presented in the webinar.
Brush up on HIPAA Privacy Rules that remain in full force and effect and were designed for use and disclosure of PHI during Public Health Emergencies.
The webinar will include all modifications made up to the date it is presented.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Brief review of basic HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule requirements for Uses and Disclosures of Protected health Information (PHI) that remain in effect and apply in a public health emergency like the COVID-19 infectious disease outbreak to protect providers, first responders and patients
Who Will Benefit:
Health Care Covered Entities Vendors and Business Associates