December 07, 2022

Emerging Privacy Issues in Health Care

Webinar

Overview

Join experienced in-house and outside counsel to discuss the latest privacy issues facing the health care sector. Our lively discussion will include:

  • New state laws in California, Connecticut, Colorado, Utah and Virginia, including their HIPAA exemptions, new “sensitive data” categories and browser controls
  • Data sharing issues
  • Pixel breaches and litigation
  • Provider risk in the post-Dobbs era
  • The move toward data aggregation

Have a scheduling conflict? Register for the live event, and we’ll send you the on-demand recording shortly after the broadcast date.

Questions? Please contact Joy Henry or call +1 202 230 5236.

Continuing Education Credit

Continuing Legal Education

This program has been approved only for the following continuing legal education credits: 

  • California: 1 hour participatory general credit
  • Connecticut: 1 hour of general credit   
  • Illinois: 1 hour of general credit     
  • Iowa: 1 hour of general credit        
  • New Jersey: 1 reciprocal hour of CLE Credit
  • New York: 1 reciprocal hour of professional practice credit 
  • Texas: 1 hour of general credit     

An application for approval of this course has been submitted and is pending in the following states: Colorado, Indiana, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.

CPE credits for IAPP

Certified individuals are required to self-report using the CPE Submission Form, accessible through your IAPP account. From the Certifications tab on your IAPP account, you are able to manage your CPE submissions, read the certification terms, and keep track of your credits. CPE Submission accessible through your IAPP account. From the Certifications tab on your IAPP account, you are able to manage your CPE submissions, read the certification terms, and keep track of your credits.

https://iapp.org/certify/faqs/

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