Do You Want To Be A Confident Healthcare Privacy Officer?
Many privacy officers in small healthcare practices have other roles – as a clinic manager, healthcare provider, computer network technician, or business owner. It is little wonder that new privacy officers can feel overwhelmed when trying to balance these responsibilities each and every day.
If you are a privacy officer in a healthcare practice who needs practical privacy management strategies to protect your patients and your healthcare business but aren’t sure how to get started, here's the solution you've been looking for!
Start your practical privacy strategies to become a confident healthcare privacy officer to protect your patients and your healthcare business.
Register now – and start your journey to become a confident privacy officer!
In this 60-minute webinar, you will receive an introduction to the:
- Health information privacy principles and legislation
- Purpose of a privacy management program
- Purpose of a privacy awareness training program
- Purpose of a privacy breach management program
- Roles and responsibilities of a privacy officer
Also receive a sample job description template for a healthcare privacy officer and Learning Resources Guide.
Friday, September 24, 2021
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EST
Jean L. Eaton
Jean Eaton is constructively obsessive about privacy and confidentiality in the healthcare sector.
Jean assists healthcare providers, clinic managers, practice managers, privacy officers, and independent healthcare practice owners with practical privacy awareness training and tools that are easy to implement, consistent content, cost-effective, and meaningful to your day-to-day business.
Jean L. Eaton, BA Admin (Healthcare), CHIM, CC is the Practical Privacy Coach and Practice Management Mentor of Information Managers Ltd.
Jean is an experienced leader in health information management and has worked with multi-disciplinary health care service professionals in primary, acute, and tertiary care facilities across Canada.
Jean has successfully assisted primary care physicians, chiropractics, pharmacists, podiatrists, primary care networks, and other health care providers to develop privacy impact assessments (PIA) and office policies and procedures and training regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of health information.