HIPAA Security and Violation Compliance Virtual Seminar 2021: Understanding Risk Analysis, Policies and Procedures, and Managing Incidents

DUBLIN, January 26, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The webinar “3-Hour Virtual Seminar on HIPAA Security and Violation Rules Compliance – Understanding Risk Analysis, Policies and Procedures, and Incident Management” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This seminar is designed to provide intensive training in HIPAA breach notification and security compliance, designed for both the seasoned HIPAA professional as well as the newly appointed HIPAA Security Officer.

The session begins with a detailed review of HIPAA security rules and breach notification requirements, including what you need to do to protect information and what you should do if you don’t.

The discussion includes reviewing telemedicine, video tools and relationships with business associates, as well as easing enforcement around the adoption of video technologies during the emergency.

The session concludes with a discussion of the essential activities of performing risk analysis, mitigating risk issues, documenting policies, procedures and activities, training staff and managers on issues and policies that ‘they must know and examine compliance readiness through drills and self-assessment. -audits, all as part of a 10-step plan for reviewing and maintaining HIPAA compliance.

Topics include:

  • What is in the security and breach notification regulations and what has changed?

  • What are the new threats to the security of protected health information?

  • What are HIPAA security measures and how do they work, especially in an emergency when the rules are relaxed?

  • Where does risk analysis and risk assessment fit into the process, and what do they look like?

  • What needs to be addressed for Covered Entity and Business Associate compliance?

  • What are the most important security issues?

  • How does the app relate to security and breach notification policies, and how can it be suspended in an emergency?

  • Are HIPAA audits continuing and how are we preparing for them?

  • What do you need to do to be able to demonstrate your HIPAA compliance?

  • What can happen when compliance is not adequate?

  • Many references and sample documents will be provided.

Why should you participate:

This seminar is designed for HIPAA experts and HIPAA newbies who want to stay current with changes to HIPAA and related privacy and personal information security regulations, as well as understand the most common regulatory issues encountered in the health daily functioning. care entities, as well as in the event of an emergency.

The objectives include learning related to a variety of topics, including:

  • Understand the structure of HIPAA regulations and how they work together

  • Learn about the general processes and goals of the security rule and how to interpret the rules

  • Understand how to use risk analysis to make compliance decisions in the face of new threats

  • Learn more about using risk assessment and risk analysis to uncover and prioritize risk mitigation

  • Know what safeguards should be considered to ensure the security of health information

  • Understand what makes a good information security policy

  • Know how to respond to breaches and violations of confidentiality and security rules

  • Find out how breaches happen and what steps can be taken to best avoid them

  • Work through practical examples of risk analysis and breach analysis

  • Learn how to deal with modern wearable technologies and communication methods

  • Learn how HIPAA rules support the appropriate use of new technologies involving texting and telemedicine

  • Find out how the rules can be relaxed in response to emergency circumstances, but must be respected otherwise

  • Understand how to use policies, documentation, training and exercises to prepare for audits and incidents, and achieve good compliance

Areas covered by the session:

The first part sets the stage with an overview of HIPAA regulations, then continues with the presentation of the specifics of the security rule, the violation notification rule, an overview of the risk analysis and a review of the HIPAA security measures. , details on recommended policies and procedures, and how to prepare for HIPAA audits.

  • Overview of HIPAA regulations

  • The Origins and Purposes of HIPAA

  • History and purposes of privacy rules, including response to emergencies

  • History and objectives of security rules

  • Breach notification requirements, benefits, and results

  • Principles of HIPAA Security Rules

  • General rules, flexibility provisions and response to emergencies

  • The role of risk analysis

  • Security measures and application, including suspension of the application in the event of an emergency

  • Training and documentation

  • HIPAA security policies and procedures and audits

  • HIPAA Security Policy Framework

  • Sample security policy content

  • Recommended Level of Detail for Policies and Procedures

  • The New HIPAA Compliance Audit Protocol

The second part begins with the principles and methods of risk analysis for compliance with security rules and breach notifications, and continues with a discussion of typical security problems and ways to avoid breaches and comply compliance requirements with respect to modern technologies, such as SMS, email. , and social media.

Finally, the day concludes with a session on the essential activities of documenting policies, procedures, and operations, training staff and managers on the issues and policies they need to be aware of, and reviewing readiness. to compliance through drills and self-audits.

  • Security risk analysis and breach notification

  • Information Security Risk Analysis Principles

  • Risk Analysis for Breach Notification Determination

  • Risk analysis methods

  • Example of risk analysis

  • Risk Mitigation, Breach Prevention, and Compliance Remediation

  • Typical Security Risks and Breach Prevention

  • Social Media, SMS, Email and Privacy

  • Management of portable devices and remote access, and telemedicine

  • Compliance planning and emergency decision making

  • Documentation, training, exercises and self-audits

  • How to Organize and Use Documentation to Your Advantage

  • Training Methods and Compliance Improvement

  • Conduct incident and breach response drills

  • Using the HIPAA Audit Protocol for Documentation and Self-Audit

Who should attend:

  • CEO

  • HIPAA Privacy Officers

  • HIPAA Security Officers

  • Information Security Officers

  • Risk managers

  • Compliance Officers

  • Privacy Officers

  • Health Information Managers

  • Information Technology Managers

  • Information Systems Managers

  • Medical office managers

  • Financial directors

  • Systems Managers

  • Information Director

  • Health Advisor/Lawyer

  • Operations Directors

For more information on this webinar, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/m2diuw.

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