Information privacy conference, in person or via web
February 13, 2019
TORONTO – Privacy breaches can result in significant reputational risk, regulatory investigations, and costly litigation. Recent high-profile cases dealing with personal health information highlight how critical this issue has become for healthcare professionals and organizations.
Healthcare systems, large and small are in the midst of increasingly demanding privacy challenges. In this constantly evolving arena, it has never been more critical to be on top of the latest developments. These include:
- Privacy and the protection of personal health information in community health settings
- How should privacy and security work together?
- Practical strategies for developing a proactive approach to privacy
- Privacy challenges in the context of consent, capacity and substitute decision-making
- Health information custodians and the permitted exceptions allowing for disclosure of PHI
- The ins and outs of investigations: knowing what to do, when to call the IPC etc.
This timely Osgoode PD program, designed and delivered by a top faculty of leading legal, privacy and health experts, will provide those working in and advising in the healthcare arena with a comprehensive understanding of the pressing issues and practical strategies so that you and your organization are equipped to prevent and effectively manage privacy breaches.
The 2019 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare
April 9, 2019 (9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. EDT)
Downtown Toronto (Attend In Person or Webcast)
Spend a day with Canada’s leading health and privacy law experts and gain a clear understanding of the potential risks you face including regulatory investigations, litigation and reputational risk…
- What steps do you take to contain and investigate a breach?
- Consequences for unauthorized access, including prosecutions for offences
- Understanding the duty to consult under the Substitute Decisions Act
- How protection of privacy and security can work together
Keynote Address: “An Update on PHIPA from the IPC”
Brian Beamish, Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
Join us in-person or via webcast.
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