Tuesday, October 2, 2018

ADA Presents HIPAA Security Risk Analysis Webinar

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As I preach here on a regular basis, you cannot be too concerned about your data security.  It is imperative that all offices make rock solid sure that they are prepared from a full on security standpoint.  There area also the nuances of HIPAA that must be learned and followed.  To help with this, the ADA is putting on a HIPAA Security Risk Analysis Webinar  that will help doctors understand this situation better.
 

About this event
This webinar is intended for Dental Practice Team Leaders with HIPAA Security Official responsibilities in their job roles. 

The webinar will discuss how to comply with the HIPAA Security Rule's Risk Analysis requirement using a qualitative risk analysis methodology. It will also cover some reasonable risk mitigation strategies and suggest resources for further study. 

While the webinar can serve as part of a covered dental practice's HIPAA training, it is not intended as a replacement for an ongoing, tailored, well-documented workforce training program.

 

About the presenters
Patrick Cannady

Patrick is a Manager at the ADA's Department of Dental Informatics and holds a Master of Science in Health Care Informatics from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Certified in Healthcare Privacy and Security certification from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). He is a primary contact and member resource for HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification resources. He also serves as the ADA representative to the X12 electronic transaction standards development organization and as a co-chair to Workgroup on Electronic Data Interchange Dentistry Sub Workgroup. Patrick is an acknowledged expert on Privacy and Security requirements and frequently advises state and local society leadership.

Jean P. Narcisi

Jean P. Narcisi is the Director of Dental Informatics for the American Dental Association (ADA) and her primary responsibilities include the management and coordination of the internal and external activities related to the areas of electronic data interchange (EDI); electronic health record and vocabulary standards; the use of technology in dentistry; and federal and state administrative simplification activities. She is an ADA representative to the Dental Clinical Reference Group at SNOMED and was appointed as an expert by the ANSI-Accredited U.S. Technical Advisory Group to the ISO/Technical Committee 215 (Health Informatics).

If you would like to be a part of this webinar, follow this link.  

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing , this is very informative post. For me, I suggest this webinar to dental billing staff because this is a big help to them and to the industry of dental practices to know the requirements to comply in the HIPPA security Rules.

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