04/27/2017 11:30 AM04/27/2017 05:30 PMTraining Topic: Medical Records: Responding to Subpoenas and InvestigationsInstructor: Richelle Marting
Objectives of the Presentation
Medical Professional and Patient Privilege
Actions that are Considered a Waiver of Privilege
Independent and Court-Ordered Examinations
What Constitutes a Medical Record?
Electronic Medical Records and Electronic Health Records
Examples of Documentation that could be Considered a Health Record
Legal Authority to Release Patient Health Information to Third Parties
Statutory, Court and Patient Authority
Impact of Litigation on Patients' Privacy Rights
Extra Privacy Protections Afforded Special Medical Records
Substance and Alcohol Abuse
Child and Physical Abuse
HIV and AIDS
How to Respond to Requests for Patient Health Information and Maintain Extra Privacy Protections
Actions that Constitute Waiver of Peer Review Privilege
Common Peer Review Misconceptions
New Legal Duties to Maintain Electronic Health Information
Ways Electronic Health Information Can Be Used Against You and Result in Legal Sanctions
Zubulake and the Dawn of the E-Discovery Era
Anticipated Issues Pertaining to the Maintenance of Electronic Medical Records
Why Should you Attend
Don't be caught off guard. You could be breaching the confidentiality of patients without even realizing it. From HIPAA requirements to state privacy laws, legal issues abound in the medical records arena. If you're not up-to-date on medical records law, your company could face serious legal and financial liability risks. Gain critical information on confidentiality, disclosure, documentation requirements and HIPAA issues you face every day. Learn everything you need to know to deal with the changing legal landscape and avoid putting yourself at risk. Don't miss this opportunity to broaden your knowledge of how to handle medical records properly and protect your company, and how to respond if you are subpoenaed.
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Richelle Marting is an attorney in the Kansas City area and focuses her practice on regulatory compliance and healthcare reimbursement. She has administrative and compliance experience in the long term care, ambulatory surgery, medical group, and private practice settings with multi-specialty providers. She is a Registered Health Information Administrator and certified professional coder with first-hand knowledge of the medical record challenges healthcare organizations face.
Richelle assists HIPAA covered entities and business associates in developing compliant, practical policies and procedures, advises organizations through the process of investigating complaints and reporting breaches, and has guided multiple organizations through mock and official Office for Civil Rights audits. She has extensive experience performing security risk assessments for both covered entities and business associates, has served as an expert in both privacy and reimbursement litigation matters, received national awards from the American Health Information Management Association and Health Information and Management Systems Society, and is active in local professional associations.
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