HIPAA Security Breach Response Plan
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If and when protected health information is compromised at your organization, be ready to execute your own security breach response plan.
Many federal contractors who are required to prepare affirmative action plans often do not understand how to track the race and gender of applicants in a manner that will satisfy the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). They also do not understand how to track electronic applications in a manner that will satisfy the OFCCP as is required by their newly implemented regulations that went into effect earlier this year. This audio and manual package helps the persons responsible for applicant tracking to understand how first to establish an applicant tracking system for all applicants and then how to understand the process required for electronic applications. The audio and manual package also explains the method required for analyzing the race and gender of applications received and how this relates to the hiring process. Failing to have a proper applicant flow system is the most common error employers make in reporting to the OFCCP. It has often led to discrimination awards of many thousands of dollars. This audio and manual package is critical for employers so they can ensure their tracking system of electronic systems meets the new OFCCP requirements.
In the past five years, more than 1000 organizations have reported HIPAA breaches involving the PHI of more than 500 individuals. In the event of a breach, a state of the art breach incident response plan in place will alleviate some of the stress from such a high-profile event. It is important to implement or update your incident response plan and training to reflect the recently enacted standard for determining whether a breach occurred and to ensure that your organization is maintaining sufficient practices and procedures to respond to security incidents and any resulting investigations. This audio and manual package will help attendees understand the considerations necessary to developing a strong HIPAA incident response plan and will offer practical solutions for the development of your HIPAA breach response plan.
Dianne J. Bourque, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
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