Electronic Tools for Patient Privacy and Compliance

Seminar Date
June 14, 2011
Faculty
Kelly McLendon, RHIA
Description

Tune in to this special audio seminar on technology that favors appropriate access to healthcare information! With Electronic Tools for Patient Privacy and Compliance, how you can apply technology trends in day-to-day, privacy and security monitoring activities to ensure appropriate access to health information. You already understand that maintaining patient confidentiality is a critical component of HIPAA regulations. Additionally see examples of privacy logging, tracking, breach determination and documentation management applications. Make sure your organization understands how to use the technology and tools available to ensure patient privacy and compliance.

Objectives

  • Assess how to apply technology trends in day to day activities of monitoring privacy and security
  • View examples of privacy and security monitors and the use cases they can detect
  • Review policies and procedures addressing privacy monitoring, sanctions and remediation of detected privacy events
  • View examples of electronic documentation to log and track privacy investigations and breach determinations

Who Should Attend

Privacy and Security Officers, CIOs, HIM and IT Directors


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