The New HIPAA/HITECH Rules
Friday, March 21, 2014
8AM - 3PM
Location: Seattle Pacific University
Instructor: Psychologist and Attorney Marvin Eidinger and Attorney Robert E. Smith
The New HIPAA/HITECH Rules: Federal and State Law Changes which have Impacted Your
SPACE IS LIMITED!
On March 26, 2013, federal
regulations related to the practice of mental health professionals
changed. The regulations that enforce HIPAA (45 CFR Parts 160, 162, and
164) and HITECH (42 CFR Parts 412, 413, 422, and 495) were enhanced to tighten
the responsibilities each of us has related to our clients' protected health
information (PHI). Together, HIPAA and HITECH address PHI on paper and PHI stored and transmitted by computers.
Psychologist and Attorney Marvin
Eidinger and Attorney Robert E. Smith will present their 6-CEU ethics workshop
on changes to the federal and state regulations impacting mental health care
providers in Washington. The nuts and bolts of encryption required by new HIPAA rules are not taught anywhere else that we know of. In addition to being a licensed psychologist and attorney, Marvin Eidinger is a self-described computer geek. As an expert in Mac and PC technology, he will provide the answers to “how does that work?” and “how do you do that?”
materials include the definitive checklist necessary to conduct your required
records security assessment.
interested in attending the workshop may pay $40 at the door.
less a $15 administrative fee, accepted through February 21, 2014. No refunds
given after this date.
This same workshop, presented by the same
presenters, is being offered by another training organization in April for $189. You save $49 by
registering for this WMHCA-sponsored training today!
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