HIPAA Breach - Or Not? How to Find Out & What to Do

This webinar for HIPAA Covered Entities and Business Associates explains the 5 Steps of HIPAA Breach, You should attend this session to learn exactly what to do if your organization suspects it has suffered a Potential Breach or has been attacked by Ransomware.

Instructor: Paul R. Hales
Webinar Id: 801379

Duration: 60 Minutes

  • Recorded
  • Only for one participant ?
  • Price $179.
  • Corporate Recorded
  • Any number of participants ?
  • Price $379.

Overview:

This webinar explains the inter-connected Breach Notification Rule requirements of Covered Entities and Business Associates when a Business Associate or Subcontractor Business Associate suffers a Breach. And it covers the special, more restrictive compliance requirements when a Business Associate or Subcontractor is an Agent under the Federal Common Law of Agency - including how to avoid creating an Agency relationship by mistake. This webinar for HIPAA Covered Entities and Business Associates explains the 5 Steps of HIPAA Breach.

Notification Rule Compliance. They are:

  • Potential Breach Investigation
    • How to recognize a Potential Breach
    • The information you need to gather
    • 5 Key Questions that can confirm no Breach occurred
    • the Data-based Decision - Breach, No Breach or possible "Low Probability of Compromise" indicating a Breach Risk Assessment should be done
  • Breach Risk Assessment
    • How to apply the factors that can demonstrate a "Low Probability of Compromise" to PHI meaning Breach Notifications are not required
    • How to conduct Breach Risk Assessment of a Ransomware Attack that can overcome the presumption that the Ransomware Attack was a Breach of Unsecured PHI requiring Breach Notification
  • Determination and Documentation - what to do next based on the results of your Potential Breach Investigation or Breach Risk Assessment
  • Notifications
    • The timing and content of Notifications that must be made in the case of a Breach of Unsecured PHI
    • Notification Procedures when 500 or more Individuals are affected by a single Breach
    • Notification Procedures when 1 to 499 Individuals are affected by a single Breach
  • Other Breach Notification Rule compliance requirements
    • Mitigation
    • Protection against further Breaches
    • Law Enforcement Delay
    • State Breach Notification Rule Requirements

Why should you Attend: Breaches of unsecured PHI is becoming more and more common. The question is not whether a Covered Entity or Business Associate will suffer a Breach. Unfortunately, it is when will you suffer your next (or first) Breach. You should attend this session to learn exactly what to do if your organization suspects it has suffered a Potential Breach or has been attacked by Ransomware.

You will learn how to investigate, assess, determine and document whether you have suffered a Breach of Unsecured PHI that requires Breach Notifications, when and how to provide Breach Notification and the other things you must do when you have a Breach.

There is a secret to HIPAA Compliance. The secret is the HIPAA Rules are easy to follow, step-by-step, when you know the steps.

In this session, you will learn and see the 5 steps of HIPAA Breach Notification Rule compliance explained clearly in plain language.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Potential Breach Investigation
  • Breach Risk Assessment
  • Determination and Documentation
  • Notifications
  • Other Breach Notification Rule compliance requirements, including state laws

Who Will Benefit:
  • Health Care Practice and Business Associate Owners
  • Compliance Official
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Risk Management Director
  • HIPAA Compliance Official
  • HIPAA Privacy Officer
  • HIPAA Security Officer
  • Information Technology Supervisor
  • General Counsel - Associate General Counsel
  • Attorney
  • Certified Public Accountant

Speaker Profile
Paul R. Hales received his Juris Doctor degree from Columbia University Law School and is licensed to practice law before the Supreme Court of the United States. He is an expert on HIPAA Privacy, Security, Breach notification and Enforcement Rules with a national HIPAA consulting practice based in St. Louis. Paul is the author of all content in The HIPAA E-Tool, an Internet-based, Software as a Service product for health care providers and business associates.


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