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MSHIMA Webinar Sessions

OCR Update on HIPAA Policy and Enforcement

Timothy Noonan, Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy at the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR), highlights recent COVID-19 and HIPAA-related bulletins, reinforces the importance of advancing the Individual Right of Access and discusses OCR’s Right of Access Initiative.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

COVID-19 Response: Emerging Best Practices for Health Information Disclosure Management

Health information access and disclosure management practices are impacted by the urgent need to distance workers, modify access processes, and innovate to maintain and improve services. This webinar brings together the lessons being learned in real-time by health systems across the country.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Organizational Management and Leadership

Turning Up the Heat! HHS Initiates Access Enforcement

This timely webinar will help participants understand HHS’ intent in using its enforcement authority in matters pertaining to release of information. They will learn about the elements of this first enforcement action and the compliance lessons it offers for all health systems.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Organizational Management and Leadership

Northwell Health Physician Partners: Automating Disclosure Management in an Ambulatory Setting

This webinar will focus on key compliance and business drivers for standardizing release of information practices and procedures across physician practices that are part of an ambulatory or integrated health delivery system.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

Best Practices in Ambulatory Release of Information

This webinar focuses on the legal, compliance and business rationale for improving ROI in the ambulatory setting. Practical assessment criteria will be provided to guide practice managers, corporate and ambulatory HIM managers, privacy and compliance officers in assessing current procedures.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

Mitigating the Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security Risks Associated with PHI Release at an Enterprise Level

Making the shift to a culture of absolute accountability when releasing patient information is more important than ever as health systems face increasing scrutiny over how PHI is managed across the enterprise. Keynote speakers will explore the risks associated with inconsistent information release practices commonly found across health systems and the role that innovative technology and advanced workflow solutions play in mitigating that risk.

  • 1 CEU Credit: Information Protection: Access, Disclosure, Archival, Privacy and Security

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