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Ethical Issues in Dealing with Medical Records: HIPAA Requirements and Confidentiality Concerns - On-Demand
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The focus on confidentiality of medical records and health information has increased dramatically over the past two decades. During this time, laws protecting health information, including HIPAA, have been enacted.
Not only has HIPAA impacted how medical records are obtained, but also the ability of counsel to freely disseminate health information to those involved in a healthcare liability case. Attorneys now utilize business associate agreements with expert witnesses and even clients to avoid any potential HIPAA violations.
These agreements set forth that protected healthcare information will be safeguarded and utilized only for specified purposes.
Learn more about the ethical issues you may face when dealing with medical records with this in-depth on-demand webinar. Presenter Marty Phillips will give you tips and best practices for obtaining, reviewing, and utilizing medical records and medical information.
- HIPAA’s requirements
- Dissemination of medical information under HIPAA
- Minimum necessary standard
- Best practices checklist
- Obtaining medical records
- And more!
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Ethical Issues in Dealing with Medical Records: HIPAA Requirements and Confidentiality Concerns — is just $107.
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About Your Presenter:
Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell PLC
Attorney Marty Phillips, a member of Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell PLC in Jackson, has significant experience representing clinics, hospitals, physicians, and nurses in medical malpractice actions. He also has significant experience in general civil litigation. Mr. Phillips is a member and the Group Leader of the Firm’s Malpractice Practice Group. He is a frequent lecturer on topics related to medical malpractice and trial practice. He is the author of The Admissibility of Failing the Board Certification Exam, published by the Defense Research Institute. In addition, he is a Fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation and has been selected by his peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America® in the specialty of Medical Malpractice Law.