Webinar: How We Got Here: HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2
- Date Recorded: May 16, 2023
- Presenter: Harry Nelson and Adella Katz
- Length: about an hour
- CE: not eligible for CEs, but eligible for 1 hour C-ATM renewal credit
- Price: $0.00 (you must be logged in and have the C-ATM Badge in order to access the quiz)
This webinar walks you through the history of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”), its substance use disorder information counterpart 42 C.F.R. Part 2, and the federal government’s recent attempt to converge these federal privacy rules after 50 years of silence. Will this attempted convergence be successful? How will healthcare providers be impacted by the whirlwind of proposed changes? What will the effect be to patients of higher involvement in their own healthcare?
Harry Nelson is the founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, LLP, as well as the chairman of Behavioral Health Association of Providers.
Beyond his legal expertise, Harry is known nationally as a consummate leader at the intersection of healthcare law and business, as evidenced by his role in co-founding five healthcare-related start-ups in the last decade. Deeply immersed in healthcare transformation and innovation; he frequently speaks on cutting edge issues and the future of the industry itself.
Adella Katz is an attorney with Nelson Hardiman, LLP.
From her work in private practice and in-house at a Medicare Advantage insurance plan, a large hospital system, and a growing management services organization, Adella has learned the skills necessary to develop creative and innovative solutions to clients’ needs. Her background working in private practice and in-house in multiple private healthcare organizations gives her a unique insight into the wide range of needs and concerns of the U.S. healthcare industry.
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