Join Stacy H. Barrow, Esq. for an overview of HIPAA’s Privacy and Security Rules. During this webinar, Stacy will review the different types of entities subject to HIPAA, take an in-depth look at Protected Health Information (PHI), individual rights under HIPAA, and what to do when there is a breach of PHI.
Key takeaways include:
- Understanding which entities and types of plans are subject to HIPAA’s Privacy rule;
- Understanding which information is protected under HIPAA; and
- Learn the permitted uses and disclosures of PHI under HIPAA.
This webinar satisfies HIPAA training requirements for members of an employer’s HIPAA workforce who handle Protected Health Information (PHI) as part of their job duties.
Note: Many employers with fully insured plans (i.e., no health FSAs or HRAs) will have limited obligations under HIPAA.
This webinar should be attended by employers with self-insured plans or fully insured plans that create, maintain, or receive PHI under HIPAA.
Stacy is one of the nation’s leading experts on the Affordable Care Act. He uses a practical, business-focused approach to counsel his clients on all matters related to employee benefit plans. Stacy has extensive technical knowledge and experience designing and implementing health and welfare plans that meet the numerous and intricate requirements of applicable federal and state law.
It is fair to say that few, if any, advisors have more practical and hands-on experience assisting clients with the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Stacy has worked—and continues to work with—hundreds of clients nationally on all aspects of Affordable Care Act compliance. National providers of reporting and tracking tools seek out Stacy’s assistance to ensure that their products comply with the Affordable Care Act.
Stacy is a sought-after speaker on all aspects of the Affordable Care Act and employee benefit programs in general. He has published numerous articles and has been widely quoted on issues arising under the Affordable Care Act. He is widely recognized by clients, opposing counsel, and national law firm-ranking organizations as among the best in the field.