Telemedicine Privacy and Security: Safeguarding Protected Health Information and Minimizing Risks of Disclosure
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to healthcare counsel on the privacy and security requirements and considerations healthcare providers should take into account when providing telemedicine services. The panel will discuss best practices for protecting patient health information and privacy and minimizing disclosure risks.
- Telemedicine basic principles
- Key definitions
- Privacy and security considerations when providing telemedicine services
- State law
- Telemedicine scenarios
- Other considerations
- Best practices for protecting health information and avoiding disclosure
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What additional privacy and security risks do telemedicine services pose for healthcare providers and business associates?
- What practices should telemedicine providers employ to ensure HIPAA compliance and minimize the risk of disclosure?
- What policies should healthcare entities have in place to safeguard medical information in the telemedicine context?
Claire Marblestone, Esq.
Foley & Lardner
Ms. Marblestone has experience advising clients in complex state and federal healthcare regulatory matters, including... | Read More
Ms. Marblestone has experience advising clients in complex state and federal healthcare regulatory matters, including HIPAA compliance, anti-kickback, Stark law, state corporate practice of medicine issues, and facility and certification issues. She is a frequent author on health law topics.Close
Rebekah A. Z. Monson, Esq.
Ms. Monson concentrates her practice on a wide variety of healthcare matters. She counsels providers, hospitals... | Read More
Ms. Monson concentrates her practice on a wide variety of healthcare matters. She counsels providers, hospitals and health systems, long-term care providers, and other healthcare organizations on healthcare regulatory issues. Ms. Monson advises clients on the issues presented by the implementation of IT, including telemedicine and computerized patient records and the associated legal issues, such as privacy, identity theft, compliance, licensing and payment concerns.Close
Dayna C. Nicholson, Esq.
Ms. Nicholson has significant experience in data privacy and security, health care regulatory compliance, and corporate... | Read More