2-Part Series: Derail HIPAA Audits and Violations


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Part 1: Comply with Tightened Post-COVID-19 HIPAA Telehealth Rules

Is your telehealth program ready for post-COVID HIPAA compliance? If not, you’ll face troubles when emergency waivers expire. This webinar will teach you how to protect your practice by transitioning to normal HIPAA rules.

Part 2: HIPAA Coronavirus Waivers Ease Your Compliance Requirements

HHS has made sweeping changes to HIPAA compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, you’ll learn when to disclose patient PHI, how to avoid HIPAA penalties, and other tips for HIPAA compliance.


Considering the continuing rising cases of coronavirus in most states, it’s more important than ever that you only disclose the information you should. Accidentally, sharing protected health information verbally or online will land you owing thousands of dollars in HIPAA violations.

There are new rules, pandemic specific allowances, and upcoming audit scrutiny. Correctly releasing (or not releasing) personal health information is complex. You are not only dealing with the virus disclosure requirements, but with new technology, exposed individuals, authorities, etc.

This is where HIPAA experts, John Brewer and Gina Campanella, Esq., FACHE, can help. During their 2-Part online training series, Derail HIPAA Audits and Violations, they will walk you through the practical steps that will help you overcome the numerous HIPAA compliance hurdles you’ll encounter, and avoid becoming an audit target. Take a look at the two parts below.


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PART 1: Comply with Tightened Post-COVID-19 HIPAA Telehealth Rules

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The HIPAA telehealth waivers for COVID-19 will expire soon. So, if you’re not ready to comply with stricter telehealth rules, you should be prepared to face massive violation penalties.

Although the emergency HIPAA waivers made it easier for you to provide virtual services during the COVID-19 pandemic, the relaxed rules were never meant to be permanent. You can rest assured that the government will soon clamp down on telehealth HIPAA compliance, and violation penalties can run as high as $50,000 per occurrence, so they add up FAST.

Complying with the stricter HIPAA telehealth regulations is essential to your ability to continue to offer these much-sought-after services. This is where HIPAA expert, John Brewer, can help. During a 60-minute online training session, John will walk you through how to comply with the more aggressive HIPAA telehealth rules so you can keep providing virtual services to your patients.

PART 2: HIPAA Coronavirus Waivers Ease Your Compliance Requirements

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HIPAA regulations have significantly changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve loosened restrictions on when and how you can disclose a patient’s private health information and waived certain penalties for noncompliance. There are also new rules for HIPAA-covered entities and business associates.

So, if you’re confused about exactly what those rules are, you’re not alone.

Don’t panic—attorney and HIPAA specialist, Gina Campanella, Esq., FACHE, has your back. During her online training session, you’ll receive a step-by-step breakdown of HIPAA changes and what you need to do to comply. Gina will clearly explain—in plain-English—exactly how you can compliantly communicate with patients, family members, and other individuals.

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Meet Your Experts

John BrewerPresident, Med Tech USA

Early in the 2000’s John got heavily involved with HIPAA compliance as he desired to ensure his medical IT clients were compliant with the law. As he researched he realized most people had no idea how HIPAA compliance was to coincide with their computers.

Over the years he has become an expert on HIPAA compliance, and as a byproduct, Meaningful Use compliance as it deals with the Security Risk Assessment which is a requirement started by Stage 1, that essentially will never end.

His company, Med Tech USA LLC, provides private practice physicians with solutions to simplify the HIPAA compliance process.

Gina L. Campanella
Esq, FACHERegulatory Compliance Specialist

Ms. Campanella focuses her practice on business law, healthcare regulatory and transactional matters. She assists her clients with transactional services and regulatory compliance consulting, as well as general counsel services to small and large businesses, medical practices, and professional societies. Clients seek her expertise related to HIPAA compliance, contracting, employment agreements, commercial leases, new practice formation, and surgical center licensing and registration. Ms. Campanella is a nationally respected regulatory compliance specialist who dedicates herself to educating professionals nationwide on issues of healthcare business transactions and regulatory compliance.

Ms. Campanella graduated Magna Cum Laude from Seton Hall University with a Masters in Healthcare Administration in 2012 and earned her Juris Doctor from Seton Hall Law in 2005. She is also a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (New Jersey Chapter), the American Health Lawyers Association, and the New York City Bar. Several of her certifications include earning the status of Certified HIPAA Administrator from the HIPAA Academy and Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Ms. Campanella is also an Adjunct Professor at the Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences.