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Webinar: Work-from-Home Record Retention Rules for Hospice & Home Care Providers
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"Work-from-Home Record Retention Rules for Hospice & Home Care Providers" presented by Nancy Flynn, Founder & Executive Director, ePolicy Institute™ Business Writing Institute™ Marijuana Policy Institute™

10/13/2020
When: 3:00 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Hospice & Home Health Care Webinar Network

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Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download 
BOTH Live Webinar and Recorded Webinar + Free Digital Download
     
    


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. 

      To register, you must follow the link below. 




   

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You can’t afford to leave record retention to chance. Join us to learn the latest in preserving, protecting, producing, and purging medical records including PHI, ePHI, and PII. Ensure your agency is minimizing risks and maximizing compliance.

AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • Manage electronic and paper records effectively and compliantly
  • Distinguish between business records and non-records
  • Define and defend HIPAA’s 18 identifiers, PHI, ePHI, PII, and ESI
  • Adhere to HIPAA’s Privacy Rule and Security Rule
  • Write effective record retention policy and procedures
  • Ensure work-from-home staff comply with record rules
  • Determine record lifecycles and produce effective deletion schedules
  • Establish record rules for mobile devices/BYOD
  • Educate everyone—including work-from-home staff—about record rules
  • Block exposure of records on social media
  • Safeguard records with technology tools
  • Minimize potentially costly consequences of record mismanagement
  • Put best practices-based compliance tips and tools to work

WEBINAR DETAILS

Mismanaged, misplaced, or missing medical and business records are more than a nuisance. They are a liability for all hospice and home care providers. Agencies are required to preserve, protect, produce, and purge the following types of records: 

  • Protected health information (PHI)
  • Electronic protected health information (ePHI)
  • Personally identifiable information (PII)
  • Any other business-critical information in compliance with HIPAA, federal legislation, state data breach notification laws, and e-discovery guidelines

Best practices call for healthcare organizations to establish strategic record management programs, complete with comprehensive record retention policy and procedures. Failure to safeguard PHI and ePHI could lead to HIPAA investigations, financial penalties, and disgruntled patients. Mismanagement of business records, including PII and electronically stored information, could trigger million-dollar lawsuits, damaged reputations, and decreased revenues. Compliance with federal/state laws and HIPAA’s Privacy Rule & Security Rule is mandatory. Attend this program to learn best practices-based strategies for effective record management. You’ll leave with a package of valuable tools, including a sample record retention policy, record retention guidelines, and an informative whitepaper to help your organization manage records, minimize risks, and maximize compliance.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This informative session is a must for records managers, information managers, office managers, compliance personnel, human resources staff, administrators, and anyone charged with managing the organization’s electronic and paper records. Lawyers, IT professionals, and privacy officers serving the healthcare industry will also benefit.

TAKE-AWAY TOOLKIT

  • Sample policy: Record Retention Policy for the Healthcare Industry
  • Guidelines: Record Retention Guidelines for the Healthcare Industry
  • Whitepaper: Record Retention Rules for the Healthcare Industry

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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