Melamedia Webinar Assesses Whether There is a New Normal in HIPAA Enforcement under the Trump Administration
ALEXANDRIA, VA, USA, November 29, 2017 — The HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) continued to issue resolution agreements with Covered Entities and Business Associates in 2017. But there are questions over whether those efforts were simply the result of finishing up work started in the Obama Administration.
Does the first year of the Trump Administration represent the “new normal” in HIPAA and HITECH enforcement?
To answer those questions, Melamedia, LLC, publishers of Health Information Privacy/Security Alert, is sponsoring its 14th Annual Year-End Review of Medical Privacy and Data Security Enforcement.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE BRIEFED ON:
– Where OCR's enforcement efforts have shifted and where they are focusing now;
– The biggest HIPAA risks in 2018;
– Trends in HITECH breach reporting and HIPAA patient complaints;
– New interpretations on enforcing medical privacy in medical malpractice suits;
– New law on releasing medical data under Freedom of Information laws;
– How other regulators, such as the FDA, the FTC and the states are affecting HIPAA compliance programs;
– Lessons from key court cases in 2017; and
and much more.
Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017
1 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern
The webinar qualifies for 1.5 CEs from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
ADAM GREENE, a nationally-recognized authority on HIPAA and the HITECH Act, primarily advises healthcare systems and technology companies on compliance with the HIPAA privacy, security, and breach notification requirements. Adam is a former regulator at OCR, where he played a key role in administering and enforcing the HIPAA rules. At HHS, Adam was responsible for determining how HIPAA rules apply to new and emerging health information technologies and he was instrumental in the development of the current enforcement process. Adam also serves as the chair of the HIMSS Cloud Security Workgroup.
DENNIS MELAMED is president of Melamedia, LLC, a regulatory analysis and research firm. He is an adjunct professor at the Drexel College of Medicine where he teaches graduate level courses on health data stewardship, federal regulation of biomedical research and trends in medical device regulation. Dennis works extensively as a regulatory affairs analyst and researcher and has served as consultant on health data stewardship issues for a number of organizations, including the National Governors Association's State Alliance for E-Health. He is the editor and publisher of Health Information Privacy/Security Alert, which has been tracking health data privacy and security issues since 1997.
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