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February 22, 2023
1:00PM - 2:00PM EST

February 22, HIPAA Session 4: Physical Safeguards: Evaluate risks to information in offices, residences and other places

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Date, Time: February 22, 2023 from 1 PM to 2 PM

HIPAA Session 4:

Physical Safeguards: Evaluate risks to information in offices, residences and other places

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FEE

OPRA Members $50

PAR Members $50

Non-Members $100

Description:

  • Employees serve as front-line protectors of the private information your organization relies on each day in the service of individuals. Ask yourself, do your employees know exactly what they need to know to safeguard that information?
  • As part of a risk assessment, it’s important to ask yourself whether your employees know how to guard private information, and whether they know what to do in the event of a technical malfunction or incident. For example, would your employees know what to do if computers started running slowly? Would they know to stop work immediately? And would they know whom to notify?

To learn more about what you need to know about HIPAA-compliant security risk assessment, register for this upcoming winter training series geared specifically for the I/DD sector.

Instructors:

Diane Evans, MyHIPAAGuide

Michelle Bermea, MyHIPAAGuide

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Please contact Melissa Fannon, OPRA Events Manager at mfannon@opra.org with questions.

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