WEBINAR: Breach, Enforcement and Beyond: HIPAA Breach Notification Analysis and OCR Enforcement Activities

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The Office for Civil Rights of the US Department of Health and Human Services revised the breach notification regulations last year in order to make the analysis of whether a breach occurred more objective. In addition, OCR has recently and significantly ramped up its enforcement activities.

HIPAA lawyers Paul Kim and Hannah Clark presented this webinar in which they not only outlined each step of the analysis but also offered practical tips with real-life scenarios to aid in the determination of whether a breach occurred and, if so, whether notice is required. Paul and Hannah also discussed recent cases and identified key points to help organizations avoid non-compliance.

Please see full presentation below for more information.

You may access the MP4 Recording here: https://confedge.box.com/shared/static/1chu0246svrzwuadyj7c.mp4.

You may access the WMV Recording here: http://wms.confedge.com/shared/09172014_OBER.wmv.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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