Headlines screaming about the mishandling of personal health information have become ubiquitous in the media. Employers handling health records are rightly concerned about their liability for the protection of such data. So where should an anxious employer begin?
This webinar will provide employers with an overview of their legal obligations, focusing significantly on health care providers, covered entities, and business associates under HIPAA, as well as the handling of health information from health insurance, medical leave, or disability, and will cover GINA, the FMLA, and the ADA.
Join this webinar to get real answers to questions like:
- What obligations do organizations have to secure protected health information (PHI) under HIPAA?
- What can HIPAA-covered entities and business associates expect from OCR audits and compliance investigations?
- What other laws must employers consider when dealing with health information?
Sarah Baumann is a writer analyst in the Health Law editorial team of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Her areas of content expertise include Medicare and Medicaid and she contributes to the Health Reform WK-EDGE, Health Law Daily, Medicare and Medicaid Guide, and the Wolters Kluwer Health Law blog. Sarah spent more than seven years in private practice before joining Wolters Kluwer. She earned her law degree from the DePaul University College of Law and her dual undergraduate degrees from the University of Virginia.
Pamela Wolf is an attorney and senior employment law analyst for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. She tracks and analyzes employment law issues, court decisions, legislation, and trends. She is a contributing editor to Employment Law Daily and has a special interest in EEOC developments. As a practicing attorney for twelve years, Wolf’s experience included employment and civil rights matters.