National HIPAA Expert, Ed Jones, Addresses PHI Compliance Requirements on July 3oth Webinar
The investigation findings of no risk analysis or safeguard policies underpinning the data breach settlement of $4.8 million announced on May 7, 2014, by HHS, involving NY-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University highlights what national expert Edward D. Jones, III has found empirically, namely, hospitals and physician practices need help—in plain language—for addressing HIPAA/HITECH Act privacy, security, and breach notification issues. Compliance requirements—risk analysis, safeguard policies and procedures, workforce training on those safeguards, ongoing risk management evaluation, documentation, and reporting—are agnostic across covered entities and business associates. Scale and increased complexity relating to risk management are significant for physician practices, and greater still for hospitals.
Join HITECH Answers for an in depth look at HIPAA/HITECH Act and Meaningful Use Security compliance requirements for PHI.
Webinar Title: Protected Health Information (PHI) Safeguard Compliance Requirements for HIPAA/HITECH Act Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules, Meaningful Use Security Core Measures, and the Consequences for Noncompliance
Date: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 2 pm Eastern/1 pm Central/11 am Pacific
Description: On this informative Webinar, Ed Jones, a national expert and author on the topic of HIPAA, will discuss and educate attendees on:
- Introduction and Foundation for Safeguard Compliance (HIPAA, HITECH Act and Omnibus Final Rule)
- Four Key Attributes for Achieving Safeguard Compliance
- Enforcement Actions Pertaining to OCR Compliance and Meaningful Use Security Core Measures
- Enforcement Intentions by OCR, CMS, and the Insurance Services Office
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About the Speaker
Ed Jones is an author, and owner and CEO of Cornichon Healthcare Select, LLC, which provides consulting services pertaining to HIPAA/HITECH Act privacy and security compliance, and design of mobile strategies for healthcare transactions. At Cornichon’s Website, at www.HIPAASafeguard.net, Ed offers online privacy and security safeguard guidance and reference tools and policies and procedures for achieving compliance with HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Final Rule and Stage 1 and 2 Meaningful Use Security Measure compliance.
Other highlights include:
- President of HIPAA, LLC, which owns www.HIPAA.com and www.HIPAASchool.com that provide accredited privacy and security training for covered entities and business associates
- Served two terms as the chair of WEDI – the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange, an association of more than 400 corporate and government members
- He is the founding commissioner of the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC) and an architect of its accreditation criteria for security, serving from 1994 to 2003. He currently serves on EHNAC’s Policy Advisory Board
- Selected by WEDI to manage the 2013 WEDI Report project and write the 2013 WEDI Report. This project’s mission, under the auspices of former HHS Secretary Sullivan and a consortium of major healthcare stakeholder CEOs, association leaders, and HHS agency heads, was to identify priorities for overcoming barriers to efficient electronic healthcare information exchange and accelerating business-driven incentives for such exchange beginning in 2014.
- He is the co-author of ten books for AMA and the American Dental Association (ADA) including HIPAA Plain & Simple: After the Final Rule.
This event is sponsored by:
DataMotion enables organizations to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of delivering electronic information to employees, customers and partners in a secure and compliant way. The company’s easy-to-use solutions for Direct Secure Messaging, secure email, file transfer, forms processing and customer contact leverage the DataMotion Platform for cloud-based delivery. In 2012, DataMotion expanded operations as a health information service provider (HISP) with its DataMotion Direct Secure Messaging service, allowing healthcare organizations to meet emerging Meaningful Use Stage 2 (MU2) requirements.