iCentral 4ASecurity

Learn How to Make Your

Early Intervention Practice

Compliant With the New HIPAA Rule

Join us for a free interactive webinar

Rethinking Compliance & Data Security

in our Fast-Forward World

Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 10.30am EST


As an organization, program or practitioner working in the Early Intervention field, you are probably very familiar with the headache and resource drain of audits and documentation.

It may be getting worse. The Department of Health & Human Services started new HIPAA Audits last month and EI programs are among the organizations that must comply with the new Rule.

Make sure your program is fully compliant.

In your program or practice, your concerns are about how best to care for your patients, how to run an effective operation, and how to make the right business decisions, not how to comply with the new HIPAA Rule or how to protect your patients’ data from a security breach.

Learn how to:

  • Understand how to implement HIPAA-compliant Policies & Procedures in response to new requirements;
  • Ensure that your healthcare Business Associates do not put your program in jeopardy;
  • Avoid a breach that could result in significant fines and penalties, and damage your reputation;
  • Identify the real risks to your program and what you can do to manage and mitigate that risk; and
  • Simplify your program’s security and compliance by automating your Governance, Risk and Compliance management.

Who should attend this informational webinar:

  • Early Intervention Program/Organization Owners
  • EI Practitioners, Managers and Administrators
  • EI Program Office Managers
  • EI Program and Agency IT Administrators
  • EI Program and Agency HIPAA Privacy/Security Managers

This webinar will demonstrate how to keep patient data safe, become compliant and stay compliant, continuously, without draining your own resources, by automating Governance, Risk & Compliance with TraceCSO from award winning GRC provider, TraceSecurity.






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