Free Webinar: Detecting Record Snooping & Automating Compliance

As reported by AIS and Report on Patient Privacy, under ARRA HITECH medical record snooping is now considered a privacy breach. The HITECH Act’s definition of a ‘breach’ now applies to when a person snoops into patient records: “The term ‘breach’ means the unauthorized acquisition, access, use, or disclosure of protected health information which compromises the security or privacy of such information, except where an unauthorized person to whom such information is disclosed would not reasonably have been able to retain such information.”

Webinar Invitation: Detecting Record Snooping & Automating Compliance Register for this upcoming, webinar to benefit from the lessons learned by Malcolm Baldrige Award winning Saint Luke’s Health System on how to automate key portions of U.S. Federal regulatory responsibilities by operating FairWarning privacy monitoring.

Learn how FairWarning privacy monitoring detects and deters snooping while addressing crucial regulatory elements of HIPAA, ARRA HITECH, FTC Red Flags Rule, Accounting of Disclosures as well as state privacy laws.

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM eastern time
Title: Helping to Meet Regulatory Requirements – Detecting Record Snooping & Automating Compliance at Saint Luke’s Health System

Topics: HIPAA/HITECH, Accounting of Disclosures, FTC Red Flags Rule, Privacy

Register here (external link).

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