Information Security Risk & Data Breach Seminar

Information Security Risk & Data Breach Seminar

Posted by Bert Morales on Mar 12, 2015 9:16:48 AM

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HIPAA-HITECH & Texas HB 300 & The Affordable Care Act:  Success in an Evolving Health Insurance
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Data breach, “Obama Care”, and medical identity theft seem to occupy the daily headlines these days. As a business owner, employer, or member of the healthcare industry if these issues leave you with sleepless nights hopefully we can help ease your concern. Please join us 
as our guest for a very informative seminar on two important healthcare related topics.

In the first part of the seminar, our presentation “The Affordable Care Act: Success in an Evolving Health Insurance Market”, will address the latest in the Affordable Care Act to include IRS report requirements, eligibility, discrimination testing and MEC plans. The presentation will also provide updates on:

  • Recent ACA changes
  • Exchanges (public, private, federal & state essential benefits)

In the second part of the seminar, we will explore the risk and challenges of protecting business information and the recent focus on the healthcare industry. Our presentation “Information Security Risk & Data Breach: HIPAA-HITECH & Texas HB 300” will address:

  • Data breach facts
  • A brief history of the laws
  • Who’s Impacted by the laws
  • Security & data breach rules explained
  • How to work toward compliance
  • Risk Assessment & Analysis
  • Enforcement & civil penalties
  • A compliance road map

This seminar will be truly informative and you will not want to miss it. You will leave our seminar better informed on how these complicated laws and regulations impact your business or industry. You will better understand how to avoid costly fines and civil penalties and make informed business decisions to help lower your business risk. Seating is limited to 50 attendees so register today by calling (830) 387-7019 or click here to access the event invitation.


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