Join McGuireWoods' healthcare and health and welfare benefits attorneys for our 2018 webinar series. Programs will highlight HIPAA activity, HIPAA hot topics and outline best practices for handling HIPAA issues. We welcome you to attend as many as you would like — replays will be available for those who cannot make the scheduled times.
HIPAA and Research
New date to be determined
This webinar will examine the HIPAA rules applicable to the use of protected health information in the context of research studies, with emphasis on the process for obtaining approval to use such information when it is not possible to obtain consent from the subject individuals.
This webinar will examine the ways in which HIPAA applies to employee health plans, regardless of what the organization does as its primary activity, with emphasis on the relationship between the plan administrators and plan sponsor, as well as management of third party administrators.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | Registration is forthcoming
This webinar will examine the HIPAA Security Rule and discuss best practices for conducting security rule risk assessments, with an emphasis on solid documentation, updates in response to identified issues, and the use of third parties to assist with assessments.
This webinar will address the general rules for HIPAA, with particular emphasis on where HIPAA applies and where it does not apply. It will provide the participant with an understanding of the key elements of a HIPAA compliance plan.
HIPAA Audits and HIPAA Enforcement – Lessons Learned
This webinar will examine the take-aways from the results of the first round of HIPAA audits and insights to be gained from the enforcement history of HIPAA. The webinar will identify areas of interest by the regulators and common areas of compliance shortfalls.
This webinar will examine the key issues involved in negotiating HIPAA business associate agreements, both from the Covered Entity and Business Associate perspective, with emphasis on the most hotly contested issues and the areas that create the greatest risk to the parties.
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