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HIPAA Security Breach Response Plan

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August 28, 2019
1:00 pm ET (12 pm CT, 11 am MT, 10 am PT)
1 hour 30 minutes
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If and when protected health information is compromised at your organization, be ready to execute your own security breach response plan.

Many covered entities and business associates who are required to comply with HIPAA as well as other federal and state law requirements protecting the privacy and security of patient information still misunderstand when an incident rises to the level of a Breach and what the required responses are. There also continues to be misunderstanding of how and when a breach occurs in certain contexts, who is responsible for it (i.e., the BA or CE?), who needs to be notified and with whom do the legal and contractual obligations rest. This topic helps the persons responsible for their organization’s compliance with HIPAA and other federal and state laws requiring a consistent evaluation of each Security Incident which might compromise Protected Health Information. The material also explains the specific requirements of calculating the 500 or more threshold number of affected individuals for purposes of reporting by a business associate (i.e., per covered entity) and by the covered entity, as well as for purposes of notifying the media (i.e., per jurisdiction). This topic will go into detail and provide you and your organization with a uniquely developed Breach Risk Assessment tool that allows consistent evaluation of HHS Four Factors that are critical to a final determination of whether a breach is reportable to HHS. This information is critical for organizations to hone their breach policies and procedures to prevent under reporting of breaches (which is a HIPAA violation) as well as to over reporting of breaches (i.e., reporting an incident when HIPAA does not legally require it to be reported), which can lead to an unnecessary HHS/OCR investigation.


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