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Webinar: How HIPPA Impacts Email & Text Messaging: Communication Compliance for Healthcare Provi
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"How HIPPA Impacts Email & Text Messaging: Communication Compliance for Healthcare Providers " presented by Nancy Flynn, Founder & Executive Director ePolicy Institute™

 Export to Your Calendar 7/9/2020
When: 3:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network

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HPCNM Member pricing: 

Live Webinar 
Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download 
BOTH Live Webinar and Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download
     
      Non-members, please check the pricing at registration.
 

Continuing education for this webinar is available for our members at no additional cost.
Non-members can pay a $20 CE processing fee. Please see below for full details on how to qualify for CE. 


   
         

Are you confident your organization is HIPAA compliant when emailing and texting with patients and peers? Noncompliance can result in regulatory fines, compromised EPHI, and lost revenues. Learn how to create a HIPAA-compliant electronic communications program for your agency.

AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Use HIPAA’s Privacy Rule and Security Rule to send compliant email and texts
  • Minimize HIPAA compliance risks triggered by mobile device use
  • Manage patient records and rights when communicating electronically
  • Protect confidential, sensitive information acquired, used, and transmitted electronically
  • Create best practices-based policies and legally defensible procedures governing email and texting
  • Enforce email rules among onsite and remote employees
  • Benefit from expert advice and compliance tips

WEBINAR DETAILS

HIPAA’s Privacy Rule and Security Rule allow hospices and home care agencies to communicate with and about patients via email and text messaging. HIPAA compliance is mandatory and noncompliance can result in regulatory fines, compromised EPHI, and lost revenues. Are you confident your organization is lawfully using email and text messages to communicate with patients and peers? Do you manage confidential, sensitive information in accordance with HIPAA and state record retention laws? Do staff adhere to email and texting rules when working remotely? Have you implemented policies, procedures, and training to ensure compliant handling of messages by employees and business associates?

Join this webinar for a comprehensive look at email and texting risks, rules, and best practices. Leave armed with a sample Confidential and Sensitive Information Policy, tools, and strategies designed to create a HIPAA-compliant electronic communications program.

Attendance certificate provided to self-report CE credits.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This informative session is a must for clinical directors, nurses, human resources staff, and administrators. Anyone communicating medical information via email and text messaging will benefit, including IT, lawyers, and records managers.

TAKE-AWAY TOOLKIT

  • Sample healthcare policy addressing confidential, sensitive information
  • Healthcare record retention guidelines

    CONTINUING EDUCATION
    To receive credit for any session, you must complete the following: 

    • 1) Be formally registered for and attend the entire webinar for which you are requesting credit.
      2) Forward to katherine.lally@hnmd.org the certificate of attendance you receive after viewing webinar.
      3) Complete and return the CE paperwork that will be sent to you once we receive your attendance certificate.
      Please allow 2 weeks for CE processing.


      Nurses:The Hospice & Palliative Care Network of Maryland is an Approved Provider of continuing nursing education by Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Code Number: PH14-03-0111-0826. This program meets the criteria for 1.5 contact hours.

       

      Social Workers:The Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners certifies that this program meets the criteria for 1.5 credit hours of Category I continuing education for social workers in Maryland.


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