Responding to and Preventing Healthcare Data Breaches

Data breaches caused by cyberattacks and other incidents are so common today that in-house counsel spend much of their time worrying about them, particularly in the healthcare space where data breaches can include disclosure of personal health information regulated by state and federal laws including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This course provides timely, actionable advice for in-house counsel that includes the 5 things you can start doing today to help prevent data breaches and better prepare your company to respond to them if they do occur.



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California

Credit Type: General (Participatory)

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

New York

Credit Type: Areas of Prof. Prac. (Both (New & Exp Attys))

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

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W. Reece Hirsch
Partner
W. Reece Hirsch counsels clients on healthcare regulatory and transactional matters and co-heads the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity practice. Representing healthcare organizations such as hospitals, health plans, insurers, physician organizations, healthcare information technology companies, and pharmaceutical and biotech companies, Reece advises clients on issues such as privacy, fraud and abuse, and self-referral issues. This includes healthcare-specific data privacy and security matters, such as compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
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