HIPAA Compliance in 2019: Emerging Trends and Recent Developments
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is a legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions in order to protect information in the medical field. The law continues to emerge in the limelight with prevalence of data breaches targeting healthcare organizations.
Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) requested for public input on potential HIPAA rule modifications, aimed at reducing regulatory burdens and improving care coordination. With all these upcoming changes in HIPAA, it becomes more important for businesses and organizations to keep themselves abreast with any new regulation to ensure compliance and avoid hefty sanctions and damages.
In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of thought leaders and professionals will provide the audience with an analysis of the HIPAA updates. Speakers will discuss in depth the best compliance strategies that businesses must know in light of the most recent HIPAA developments. They will also offer practical compliance tips to minimize risk exposures.
Key topics include:
- The 2019 HIPAA Landscape: Recent Trends and Updates
- Avoiding HIPAA Risks in Use of PHI in Marketing
- Impact of California Consumer Privacy Act on Covered Entities
- Application of HIPAA to Pharma and Med Tech
- Common Risks and Pitfalls
- HIPAA Compliance Strategies
- What Lies Ahead?
O'Melveny & Myers LLP
- Application of HIPAA to Pharma and Medical Tech
- Impact of California Consumer Privacy Act
- Proper Use of PHI for Marketing
Using PHI for Data Analytics Under HIPAA
- Permitted Use and Disclosures
- HIPAA Authorizations
- Use of PHI for Research and Marketing
- De-Identification of PHI
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
- OCR Enforcement Highlights
- Lessons Learned from Settlement Agreements
- Interplay Between GDPR and HIPAA
- HIPAA and SAMHSA
Cipriani & Werner
Data Privacy—What Regulations to Ensure you are in Compliance with
- Breach Notification
- Safeguarding PHI
- Risks Analysis
Who Should Attend:
- HIPAA Privacy & Security Specialists
- Wearable Medical Device Software Developers
- HIPAA Lawyers
- HIPAA Managers
- HIPAA Compliance and Risk Managers
- Health Care Insurance Managers
- Health Care Services Professionals
- Healthcare Attorneys
- Healthcare Institutions
- Other Related/ Interested Professionals
A former general counsel for a major media company, Scott Pink brings an insider’s perspective to his broad-based practice. It’s what’s made him the lead outside advertising and marketing counsel to several well-known brands, and a sought-after resource on intellectual property, privacy and cybersecurity issues. He advises technology, media, entertainment and a variety of consumer product and franchise companies on issues of intellectual property counseling; social media law; cybersecurity and privacy; and advertising, marketing, and promotions law. Scott had led many privacy and security compliance initiatives worldwide for clients, including GDPR compliance, HIPAA compliance audits, compliance with financial security regulations (NYDFS) and security audits for cryptocurrency and blockchain companies. He is a thought leader on GDPR issues, having published articles in Cybersecurity Law Report and speaking at conferences hosted by the International Association of Privacy Professional.
A former general counsel for a major media company, Scott Pink brings an insider’s perspective to his broad-based practice. It’s …
Charles E. Harris II, a partner in Mayer Brown’s litigation group, focuses his practice on business litigation, arbitration, and counseling. Charles represents clients in disputes involving a range of subject matters, with an emphasis on class actions, real estate litigation, information security disputes, and First Amendment actions alleging defamation and other privacy torts. Notably, Charles defends clients in data breach class actions and advises clients on data breach response. He also counsels covered entities and business associates on incident response planning, complying with the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules, and creating information privacy and security programs. Most recently, Charles assisted a "hybrid" organization with a full HIPAA assessment that involved designating covered components and drafting current policies and procedures. Before joining the firm, Charles served as a law clerk to Judge David D. Dowd Jr., of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.
Charles E. Harris II, a partner in Mayer Brown’s litigation group, focuses his practice on business litigation, arbitration, and counseling. …
Jeni's practice includes both transactional and litigation matters for a range of health care providers, includinghealth systems, hospitals, long-term care providers, physician groups, physicians, and health care networks. She also regularly counsels general corporate entities regarding their health law concerns, such as healthcare reform implications for employers, employee medical records, employer health plan questions, and other areas. Her principal areas of practice include regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, reimbursement, hospital-physician relations, HIPAA, managed care, and licensure and certification. She has written articles and lectured on various health law topics, including the Affordable Care Act and its Implications for Health Care Providers and Employers, HIPAA, the Medicare Modernization Act, compliance programs, fraud and abuse, and risk management.
Jeni's practice includes both transactional and litigation matters for a range of health care providers, includinghealth systems, hospitals, long-term care …
Carolyn Ryan is the co-chair of the Cybersecurity, Information Privacy and Data Security Team. Clients in the healthcare sector and other industries have become concerned about cybersecurity and privacy issues, breach preparedness and response. Ms. Ryan counsels clients on development of risk assessment policies, vendor agreement analysis and implementation of data privacy practices. She also aids clients in incident response planning, including table top exercises, assessment of regulatory compliance requirements and inquiries from regulators on both the state and federal levels, and represents clients in litigation focusing on data breaches and data security, information technology, technology failures, implementation of developed software, cloud computing related issues, and IT outsourcing agreements. Ms. Ryan is an active member of the American Bar Association, Defense Research Institute and the American Health Lawyers Association.
Carolyn Ryan is the co-chair of the Cybersecurity, Information Privacy and Data Security Team. Clients in the healthcare sector and …
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