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HIPAA/HITECH Act Enforcement: 2003-2013
Managing Occupational Health Data Under Healthcare Reform and Privacy Laws
This webinar discusses how the protection of occupational health and
safety records interacts with HIPAA requirements. It qualifies for 1.5
CEs from IAPP.
Participants will be briefed on:
How the distinctions between employer-controlled health information and HIPAA-regulated health information are being blurred;
How occupational health records differ from HIPAA controlled records;
Deciding when occupational health records may be included in HIPAA designated record sets
What data access and use provisions to consider in negotiating contracts in the occupational health arena
Points to consider in assessing an EHR systems’ ability to manage both sets of records;
Why and how occupational health records should be addressed in contracts; And much more.
is a partner in the Health Law Group of the National Law firm of Quarles & Brady where she works on privacy and security and technology issues for healthcare and employee clients. provides strategic counsel in the areas of federal health privacy laws, including HIPAA, FERPA, the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Records Regulation as well as state laws governing the confidentiality of health information, medical records, mental health records and records containing other highly sensitive information.
Jennifer L. Rathburn
is a partner in the Health Law Group of the National Law firm of Quarles & Brady where she works on privacy and security and technology issues for healthcare and employee clients. She advises clients in the areas of federal privacy and security laws, including HIPAA, FERPA, GINA, the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Records (42 CFR Part 2) as well as state law governing the confidentiality of medical records She sits on the Board of he Curative Care Network and a s member of the Behavioral Health Advisory Committee for Aurora Psychiatric Hospital.
is editor and publisher of Health Information Privacy/Security Alert and the monthly HIPAA & Breach Enforcement Statistics. He is an adjunct professor at the Drexel College of Medicine where he teaches courses on issues affecting clinical trials research, including patient data stewardship, federal regulation of biomedical research and trends in medical device regulation. Dennis has served as consultant on health data stewardship issues for a number of organizations, including the National Governors Association's State Alliance for E-Health.
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