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Proactive Breach Notification

In this webinar, Adam Greene, Author of the Breach Notification Rule and the Accounting of Disclosure Rule, offers an in-depth discussion of the current harm threshold for breach notification and the importance of proactive breach notification.

You will learn steps to identifying a breach, including looking for potential impermissible use or disclosure, determining if PHI was secured, the risk of harm, statutory exceptions and the burden of proof. In the next section, he discusses why proactive breach notification is important, what HHS expects, reasonable diligence, upcoming audits, and the breach reporting process.

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