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Securing Information in a Mobile Health World 2017

Product ID: CA2577D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Is there such a thing as privacy anymore?

Online health portals, electronic medical records, and mobile health technology – although these tools streamline access to health information, they also bring more risks of that information being seen by unwanted eyes.

Securing Information in a Mobile Health World discusses the issues, threats, and solutions you need to know in order to help ensure health information stays between patient and provider.

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Is there such a thing as privacy anymore?

Online health portals, electronic medical records, and mobile health technology – although these tools streamline access to health information, they also bring more risks of that information being seen by unwanted eyes.

Securing Information in a Mobile Health World discusses the issues, threats, and solutions you need to know in order to help ensure health information stays between patient and provider.

Read More ↓

Jeremy Shapiro-Barr is a health care attorney at Health Sciences Law Group. He provides transactional and regulatory counsel to healthcare providers, life sciences companies, research organizations, and others in the areas of clinical research, privacy and data security, and related compliance issues.

Jeremy assists clients in developing information privacy and security policies, implementing privacy and security training programs, drafting and negotiating research-related contracts, and advising clients on significant amendments to regulations that affect their business operations.

Robyn S. Shapiro is the founder of Health Sciences Law Group, LLC in Milwaukee. She has worked extensively in health law matters involving clinical research, genetics, biotechnology, treatment decision-making, bioethics issues, medical staff matters, health information privacy issues, informed consent, regulatory and licensing matters, and corporate and commercial issues faced by organizations engaged in research.

Robyn has written more than 50 articles and book chapters on health law topics that have been published in peer-reviewed journals and books, and she has lectured on a wide variety of health law, research compliance, and bioethics topics throughout the world. She has served as an appointed member of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee.

  • Understand the challenges wearable technology and mobile devices bring to protecting health information privacy
  • Learn how to address security issues at the organizational level
  • Discover best practices for handling a security breach
  • Hear from veteran attorneys on how they’ve handled real-world situations involving health information privacy challenges
  • Health law attorneys
  • Labor and employment law practitioners
  • Information privacy/cybersecurity attorneys
  • Individual rights lawyers
  • Any attorney interested in the laws governing health information
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