NOTE: This is an ON DEMAND webinar and can be viewed anytime. You will receive the webinar link and downloadable presentation.
Ransomware can be absolutely devastating to your practice and can cause a major financial burden as well as embarrassment. Brian Tuttle will be speaking to real life situations that he has personally dealt with on multiple occasions as part of HIPAA investigations relating to ransomware breaches. He provides specific information regarding multiple incidents and what they practice/business did wrong and how these situations occurred - there are many variables to consider. In addition, Brian discusses specific questions the Office of Civil Rights investigators and FBI will more than likely be asking and how best to answer. Most importantly he speaks to the best ways to prevent this from happening altogether! He uncovers myths versus reality as it relates to this very enigmatic law (HIPAA) based on over 1000 risk assessments performed as well as years of experience in dealing directly with the Office of Civil Rights HIPAA auditors.
In addition, this course covers the highest risk factors for being sued for wrongful disclosures of PHI and the manner in which patients are now using state laws to sue for wrongful disclosures. Don't always believe what you read online about HIPAA, especially as it relates to encryption and IT, there are a lot of groups selling more than is necessarily required.
Why should you attend? Are your systems at risk for ransomware or other very dangerous breaches? Do you know that this is the #1 risk for massive breach in the United States! Don't let your electronic protected health records get hijacked by these criminal (both foreign and domestic)! Do you understand the massive burden both from embarrassment and from fines this can cause your practice?
• Learn about ransomware, risk factors and What to do if hijacked.
• Understand the audit process, what can cause an audit and how to avoid these issues altogether.
• What to do in the event of an audit and how to speak and deal with Federal auditors.