Join this panel discussion to identify your risk and exposure to PHI disclosures
Attend this compelling panel webinar to learn why the healthcare legislation of HIPAA, ARRA/HITECH and safeguarding protected heath information (PHI) is so critical, what the ramifications may be of not meeting compliance, and what you can do to protect your organization and mitigate risk of PHI disclosure.
All financial institutions, including their suppliers, clients and other supporting stakeholders, are likely processing PHI and should be attend to learn more about:
The latest legislative regulations of HIPAA, ARRA, HITECH and other compliance mandates regarding financial institutions;
Potential ramifications of unlawful disclosure of PHI and how to prepare your organization;
Planning preparations to take so to mitigate the risk of PHI disclosure;
Clarification on requirements for business associates and covered entities;
Whether or not all financial institutions are “created equal” in addressing compliance issues;
Defining your organization’s risk tolerance; and
Details on organizations available to assist with addressing risk mitigation.
Lee Barrett, the Executive Director of the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC), will host this session as moderator. He will be joined by a panel of financial services and legal professionals from the healthcare industry with HIPAA, ARRA/HITECH and PHI expertise to answer questions related to healthcare data privacy and security initiated by both the moderator and webinar attendee submissions.
Lee Barrett, Executive Director, Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC)
John Casillas, Senior Vice President, HIMSS Medical Banking Project
Jan Estep, President, NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association
Alberto Casas, Vice President, CitiBank
Vincent Marzula, Senior Vice President, Mellon Bank
Sharon Klein Esq, Pepper Hamilton LLP
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
C-level executives; compliance officers; and healthcare business owners, managers and directors within finance, IT and operations from financial institutions, lockboxes, clearinghouses, third-party processors, healthcare organizations and payers.
Visit www.ehnac.org for more information.