Mary Jane Dykeman
Healthcare systems large and small are in the midst of increasingly demanding privacy challenges.
Privacy breaches can result in significant reputational risk, regulatory investigations, and costly litigation.
Recent events, including the COVID-19 pandemic and high-profile cases dealing with personal health information highlight how critical this issue has become for healthcare professionals and organizations.
If you are a healthcare risk manager, privacy officer, director of care/professional practice, lawyer advising on privacy and information management issues, nurse or nurse educator, you must have a current understanding of the key issues and how to deal with them.
What You’ll Learn
In this constantly evolving arena, it has never been more critical to be on top of the latest developments. These include:
Privacy challenges in the midst of a health pandemic
Strategies and best practices for responding to and managing privacy breaches in healthcare
Can you disclose someone’s personal health information? When? Who? How?
Managing privacy breaches in an era of intense media scrutiny
How should privacy and security work together?
Privacy challenges in the context of consent, capacity and substitute decision-making
Privacy and the protection of personal health information in community health settings
The ins and outs of investigations: knowing what to do, when to call the IPC, etc…
Who Should Attend
Privacy officers and other privacy professionals working in healthcare settings
Family health teams
Nurses; nurse educators; unit administrators; managers
Directors/VPs of nursing
Patient care managers
Healthcare risk managers
Privacy officers in healthcare
Directors of professional practice
Directors of care
Lawyers advising on privacy issues and information technology
Human resource professionals in healthcare
Marketing and communications executives in healthcare
Program Log-In (8:30 a.m.)
Wellness Break (10:15 a.m.)
Lunch Break (12:15 p.m.)
Wellness Break (2:15 p.m.)
Program Concludes (4:00 p.m.)
Mary Jane Dykeman
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|The Canadian College of Health Information Management has approved the Osgoode Professional Development short course The 2021 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare for 6 CPE credit(s).|
|MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 3 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.|
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