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The "Far Side" of Recruitment and Retention Part 1 - Recruitment
Clinical trials recruitment strategies include the topics; such as; protocol feasibility, understanding of the site's available population, contingency planning, risk mitigation and the necessary commitment and effort for successful recruitment. When all of these things are considered, you can develop a successful recruitment strategy.
Live Tuesday, December 2, 2014 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST, Duration:60 Minutes

HIPAA Audits in 2015 - What to Expect and How to Prepare
In this session we will discuss the HIPAA audit program and how it works, and discuss the areas that caused the most issues in the 2012 audits. We will explore what kind of issues and what kind of entities had the most problems, and show where entities need to improve their compliance the most.
Live Wednesday, December 3, 2014 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST, Duration:90 Minutes

Clinical Trial Recruitment Methods and Metrics
Recruitment of research participants into clinical trials is critical. As the trials are designed for human subjects or use of a person's private identifiable information, a human subject's research study cannot occur with people. Yet, enrollment issues continue to be one of the reasons why trials are held open longer than anticipated and why modifications to the study are needed to increase enrollment.
Live Wednesday, December 3, 2014 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST, Duration:60 Minutes

Cosmetics and the Science of Beautiful Skin
Cosmeceuticals go beyond ordinary cosmetics as they provide a physiological benefit in addition to external aesthetic attributes. This is particularly applicable to skin. A myriad of actives are and have been developed to treat maladies from photo aged skin to cellulite. However there is need for delivery systems which target the layer/s of skin to provide bioavailability at the site required to stimulate physiological efficacy. The intrinsic properties of these actives must remain intact and be chemically stable before and after delivery. Skin is the largest organ in the body and is the first line of defense against external environmental effects i.e. sunlight, free radicals and environmental allergens. As a result penetration of the stratum corneum, or outer layer of skin is a torturous pathway leading to the lower levels consisting of the epidermis and dermis.
Live Friday, December 5, 2014 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST,

The "Far Side" of Recruitment and Retention Part 2 - Retention
High attrition rates are not only frustrating and costly, but the also pose a risk to the interpretation and validity of research findings. This problem is extremely important in translational research where the goal is to create effective treatment programs that can be widely employed and that are useful to large numbers of people across a broad geographical range.
Live Tuesday, December 9, 2014 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST, Duration:60 Minutes

New HIPAA Compliance Audit Program - The New Audit Protocol and How It Affects You
In this session we will discuss the HIPAA audit and enforcement processes and how they apply to covered entities and business associates, and the new random HIPAA compliance audit program in particular. We will review the new audit processes and discuss what will be asked in an audit and how. Protocols and the questions asked at recent audits will be explained.
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New HIPAA Rules - Meeting Requirements for New Patient Rights and New Restrictions on Disclosures
New changes modifying the HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations are going into place to meet the privacy and security mandates within the HITECH Act in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The changes include establishing new rights for individuals as well as changes to the limitations on uses and disclosures. New requirements for patient access to records and requirements to notify individuals in the event of a breach are only two of the many areas affected in the new law, including new requirements for restriction and accounting of disclosures and increased enforcement activity.
Recorded View Anytime  Duration:90 Minutes

Revising the HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices - Changes Required by September 23, 2013
The final amendments to HIPAA resulting from the HITECH Act are now in effect and compliance is required by September 23, 2013. The amendments require changes in several areas of operation, including health information management, marketing, fundraising, and security, and many of the changes will require significant effort to implement.
Recorded View Anytime  Duration:90 Minutes

Changes to HIPAA Breach Notification Rules - New notification standard in place, compliance enforced starting September 23, 2013
The New Final HIPAA Breach Notification Rule that becomes enforceable on September 23, 2013 requires all HIPAA covered entities and business associates to follow a number of steps to be in compliance.
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