HIPAA Privacy Exceptions for Law Enforcement Purposes Applied to Health Care Professionals Early

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  • Published date: November 3, 2017
    • Fremont, California, United States

Overview: While the basics of HIPAA privacy are well known, and while health care practitioners know how to maintain privacy and to keep information confidential, fear exists in not knowing the many exceptions enjoyed by law enforcement as used for government or public purposes. These exceptions not only allow but require a health care practitioner to release information. Uncertainty exists when faced with a high-stakes situation of criminal, civil, and public health needs - matters of life and death involving criminal fugitives or the identification of victims of violent crimes.

Uncertainty increases when faced with consequences for not releasing protected health information or for releasing such information inappropriately. Strict compliance is doubtful unless the health care practitioner is fully informed. Know how compliance can be had by responding to a law enforcement request for protected health information by providing only what the law specifically allows - but mandates - to Erase the fear, uncertainty, and doubt with this advanced overview of the many law enforcement exceptions to HIPAA. Review a laundry-list of the most common exceptions that apply not merely to "law enforcement"as in criminal or civil matters, but to "public purposes"such as dealing with dead bodies and public health crises.

This webinar educates the health care practitioner to be aware of the many exceptions to HIPAA privacy so the practitioner will know more than the police when the police come calling demanding protected health information. Know the advanced information necessary to prepare to comply when time is of the essence and the police are waiting your response. This webinar introduces the speaker in detail to integrate his education, training, and experience into a segue of detailed course objectives. Disclaimers are provided that this webinar is not a comprehensive review of all things HIPAA, but simply focuses on one area of this law.

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