12:00 PM Central | 1:00 PM Eastern | 11:00 AM Mountain | 10:00 AM Pacific | 9:00 AM Alaska | 8:00 AM Hawaii-Aleutian
Target Audience: Privacy Professionals/Compliance
Main Points Covered:
- The U.S. Office for Civil Rights (OCR) eases privacy rules to allow a massive shift to telehealthcare during COVID-19
- The OCR allows disclosures during COVID-19 to protect the public health and the health of individuals who may be exposed
- The news media is reporting on cyber attacks that exploit the coronavirus. This part of the presentation will cover best practices for preventing IT intrusions due to someone on the front line clicking on a bad link, email or attachment. Malicious email remains the common entry point into healthcare databases, according to OCR
- The presentation will cover points from a landmark report that likens small steps -- akin to the use of hand sanitizer -- as effective in preventing big data intrusions that could further disrupt the delivery of healthcare at the worst time possible.
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