HOW TO BE HIPAA COMPLIANT IN MEDTECH. Medical Software in the US Healthcare market
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About the Event
Internal Audit & Regulatory Compliance officer in Healthcare Industry(HIPPA)
HIPAA Compliance practice leader of Rodup.us (California)
CEO of Rodup.us ( California)GO GLOBAL WORLD Regulatory compliance leader
Does your organization store, transmit, have access to, use, disclose Protected Health Information (PHI)? Do you realize that you must then adhere to strict HIPAA’s rules & regulations? Do you want to be fully and effectively HIPAA compliant, not to be lost in the “sea” of all those rules, and not be afraid that you might miss some of those?
Our expert Gennadiy Daych with 20 years of professional experience will explain in a webinar how organizations can achieve HIPAA Compliance: the US regulatory requirements for MedTech, Medical Software, how to create HIPAA “Road Map” & an Actual Implementation of the Key HIPAA Required Elements
What do we mean by HIPAA compliance? HIPAA compliance involves fulfilling the requirements of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, its subsequent amendments, and any related legislation such as the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. Please note that HIPAA applies to both covered entities and to business associates. A “covered entity” is a health care provider, a health plan or a health care clearing house that, in its normal activities, creates, maintains or transmits PHI. A “business associate” is a person or business that provides a service to – or performs a certain function or activity for – a covered entity when that service, function or activity involves the business associate having access to PHI maintained by the covered entity.
Examples of Business Associates include: lawyers, accountants, IT contractors, medical billing companies, cloud storage services, email encryption services, etc.
What are the key HIPAA requirements/Rules that must be met?We are inviting you to join our webinar: How to be HIPAA compliant in MedTech, Medical Software in the US Healthcare market