Are you ready to handle a privacy breach?
October 8, 2019
TORONTO – If you are a healthcare risk manager, privacy officer, director of care/professional practice, a lawyer advising on privacy and information management issues, nurse or nurse educator, it is critical that you have a current understanding of the key issues and how to deal with them. Or, if you are involved in healthcare IT or software, you should be able to understand the complex regulatory web and your clients’ needs.
Designed by an expert multidisciplinary faculty, the Osgoode Certificate in Privacy Law and Information Management in Healthcare will explore the range privacy interests that must be protected in the day-to-day treatment of patients, the development of information systems and the creation of institutional policies. It will provide practical strategies for complying with regulatory and contractual obligations and designing viable procedures for governing health data systems and partnerships.
Ensure health information is safeguarded. Designed for professionals tasked with collecting, storing or managing health records, this is an intensive deep dive to help you understand your obligations, and proactively mitigate and prevent risks.
The Osgoode Certificate in Privacy Law and Information Management in Healthcare
January 20, 27, February 3, 10 & 18, 2020
Downtown Toronto (Attend In Person or Webcast)
Produced by an expert multidisciplinary faculty, this certificate program will explore the range privacy interests that must be protected in the day-to-day treatment of patients, the development of information systems and the creation of institutional policies.
Get up-to-date on topics, including:
- Demystifying the regulatory landscape: PHIPA, PIPEDA, MFIPPA, FIPPA and other targeted or sector-specific laws (such as Public Hospitals Act, Mental Health Act, Health Protection and Promotion Act, Long-Term Care Homes Act) and Privacy Act
- Strategies and tactics for lost or stolen devices, including best practices for storing data
- Responding to privacy breaches
- Creating effective consent directives
- Managing data sharing agreements with vendors and other patient services
- Best practices for effective data management and ensuring data integrity
PLUS! You will get to work through a privacy breach – from identification through to response.
Kate Dewhirst, Kate Dewhirst Health Law
Join us in person or via webcast.
Reserve your spot today!
To learn more or register, please click here.