New Red Flag Rules for Healthcare Providers: Are You Ready?
Complying With FTC Requirements to Combat Identity Theft
Compliance deadline is now Nov. 1
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will examine the FTC's Red Flags rules and what healthcare providers must do now to ensure compliance with the new identity theft prevention rules.
- Identity theft
- Identity theft in healthcare
- Who is covered and why
- When is a healthcare provider covered by the rules?
- Covered entities
- Covered accounts
- Penalties for noncompliance
- What do the rules require
- Designing a program
- Implementing a program
- Responding to Red Flags
- Administering a program
- Overseeing service provider arrangements
- What to do with medical records
- Tips for complying with the new requirements
- Red flags relevant to healthcare organization or practice
- Relationship to HIPAA
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- Why are healthcare providers obligated to comply with the Red Flags rules?
- What are the "red flags" that healthcare providers must monitor?
- What are the medical fraud issues targeted by the new rules?
- What are the key steps healthcare providers must take to comply with the new Red Flag rules?
Kevin D. Lyles
He practices in the areas of healthcare transactions, privacy and data security, and outsourcing. He co-chairs the... | Read More
He practices in the areas of healthcare transactions, privacy and data security, and outsourcing. He co-chairs the firm's Healthcare Practice and oversees the privacy and data security practice. He is experienced in responding to data security breaches, privacy policies, identity theft prevention programs, and compliance with regulatory requirements.Close
Jo-Ellyn Sakowitz Klein
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
She devotes her practice to regulatory, transactional and legislative matters affecting the health industry. She... | Read More
She devotes her practice to regulatory, transactional and legislative matters affecting the health industry. She assists clients with Medicare and Medicaid public policy issues; issues arising under state, federal and international privacy laws and regulations; issues related to clinical research studies; food labeling issues; and issues arising in bankruptcy involving healthcare entities.Close
Jonathan A. Vogel
He assists clients to comply with anti-money laundering and other anti-fraud financing requirements and with internal... | Read More
He assists clients to comply with anti-money laundering and other anti-fraud financing requirements and with internal reviews and audits. While serving as an assistant U.S. attorney, he prosecuted healthcare fraud, prescription drug misbranding, bank fraud, identity theft, money laundering, counterfeit currency, and environmental crime cases.Close