Woodbridge, New Jersey (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
This year, the federal government and designated state-level organizations are expected to start more aggressively looking for evidence of HIPAA violations and non-compliance of Security Rule requirements, including one focusing on mandatory self-assessment. As a service to both its members and the New Jersey physician community, Conventus Inter-Insurance Exchange, a provider of professional liability insurance and risk management services, will offer a free webinar on February 27th, 2013 to help increase understanding on how to avoid audits (and the associated fines) and how to meet self-assessment requirements.
The webinar -- currently offered during the lunch hour and then again in the early evening hours -- will feature Stevie M. Davidson, President & CEO of Health Informatics Consulting. Ms. Davidson has significant experience helping healthcare organizations improve revenue, processes, and adopt electronic health record technologies. She is a Governor-appointed member of the New Jersey State Health Information Technology Commission and Co-Chair of its Privacy and Security Policy Sub-Committee. She is also a member of the Ambulatory Meaningful Use Center of Excellence Work Group Committee of HIMSS National.
For registration information, please contact Lynne Hagan at lhagan(at)nipgroup(dot)com
About Conventus Inter-Insurance Exchange
Conventus Inter-Insurance Exchange distinguishes itself by Putting Physicians First™. Conventus is owned and governed exclusively by its New Jersey physician members. As part of its commitment to serving these members, Conventus has returned funds to member physicians for three consecutive years. A not-for-profit insurer, Conventus not only offers solid, secure professional liability insurance, but also a host of risk management resources that help members save millions of dollars in claims in claims costs. For more information on Conventus, please visit http://www.ConventusNJ.com .
- Details on this settlement can be found on the US Department of Health & Human Services website at http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/enforcement/examples/meei-agreement-pdf.pdf