Omnibus HIPAA Rule: Impact on Covered Entities
Complying with New Requirements, Managing Risk and Responding to a Data Breach
HHS long-awaited HIPAA final rule effective Mar. 26
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide healthcare counsel with guidance on the final Omnibus Rule's modifications to HIPAA and the impact on covered entities. The panel will discuss the changes to privacy, security and breach notification requirements—and offer strategies for covered entities to ensure compliance.
- Omnibus Rule—modifications to HIPAA
Privacy and security practices
- Notice of privacy practices
- Breach notification
- Sale of PHI
- Fundraising and marketing restrictions
- Best practices for compliance
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What changes does the final HIPAA Rule make to the privacy and security requirements?
- What changes does the rule make to breach notification requirements?
- What steps should covered entities take to ensure compliance with the final HIPAA Rule?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Sarah E. Swank
Ober | Kaler
Ms. Swank provides advice and guidance on a wide range of health law issues, including Stark, anti-kickback, health... | Read More
Ms. Swank provides advice and guidance on a wide range of health law issues, including Stark, anti-kickback, health information technology, privacy, clinical research, health care transactions, governance, due diligence and compliance. She was previously Associate General Counsel of Trinity Health, assigned to Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, where she directed legal affairs, legal staff and budget for almost eight years for the 450-bed hospital.Close
Gina M. Kastel
Faegre Baker Daniels
Ms. Kastel has a broad range of health law experience, including advising healthcare providers, medical device... | Read More
Ms. Kastel has a broad range of health law experience, including advising healthcare providers, medical device manufacturers and software companies regarding health information privacy issues, including compliance with HIPAA's privacy and security regulations and state health records laws.Close