For several years, attorneys Gerry Hinkley and Deven McGraw have jointly presented an educational session at the annual HIMSS Conference. They’re back for HIMSS12 in Las Vegas, hoping to be able to explain provisions of the long-delayed HIPAA privacy/security/breach notification/enforcement final rule. Absent that, they’ll give a refresher on current regulations and how they may change in the final rule.
Hinkley, a partner in the law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman; and McGraw, director of the health privacy project at the Center for Democracy and Technology, and a member of the HIT Policy Committee that advises federal officials, also will draw on the practical experiences they’ve had with privacy breaches.
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