HIPAA Compliance During Litigation and Discovery
Safeguarding PHI and Avoiding Violations When Responding to Subpoenas and Discovery Requests
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to healthcare counsel advising providers on complying with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other federal and state laws when asked to produce protected health information (PHI) as a part of pending litigation.
- Evaluating requests for PHI
- Court orders
- Discovery requests
- Responding to requests for information
- State law considerations
- Compliance with HIPAA’s security rule
- Determining scope of response needed
- Qualified protective orders
- Authorizations for the release of PHI
- E-discovery considerations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key factors for counsel to consider in evaluating a request for PHI during the course of litigation?
- What special conditions does HIPAA place on providers responding to a subpoena or discovery request for medical records?
- What are the best practices for counsel drafting and implementing qualified protective orders in response to a request for PHI?
Nathan A. Kottkamp
Mr. Kottkamp concentrates in healthcare law, including Medicare, Medicaid, managed care, third-party... | Read More
Mr. Kottkamp concentrates in healthcare law, including Medicare, Medicaid, managed care, third-party reimbursement, federal and state regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, self-referral prohibitions, privacy and confidentiality requirements, patient rights and clinical ethics, medical staff privileges, healthcare contracts, certificate of public need proposals, reproductive medicine and HIPAA.Close
Philip H. Lebowitz
His healthcare experience includes litigation and legal counseling regarding antitrust, fraud and abuse, HIPAA and... | Read More
His healthcare experience includes litigation and legal counseling regarding antitrust, fraud and abuse, HIPAA and privacy, reimbursement, managed care contracting, specialty hospital development, pharmaceutical and medical device marketing and pricing, False Claims Act, credentialing and privileges disputes, and clinical trial research contracting, compliance and ethical issues.Close