Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming health care, drawing on vast resources of health information to reshape everything from diagnosis to treatment, payment, health care operations, research and much more.
AI’s reliance on individually identifiable health information raises patient privacy and security questions that were unimaginable when the HIPAA Rules were developed.
The problem can be stated simply - what is AI, and what does it mean for HIPAA compliance?
- Compliance with HIPAA Rules, standards and implementation specifications covering the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI) is well-defined for Covered Entities and Business Associates in the U. S. healthcare industry - as it existed 10 years ago
- AI is being adopted rapidly by the U. S. health care industry to improve all aspects of the industry
- AI draws on and processes information including PHI raising serious questions about maintaining PHI privacy and security
- Covered Entities and Business Associates alike have to figure out how they may use AI without violating HIPAA
This webinar reviews AI, the limits of HIPAA and tough questions that need to be addressed now.
Why should you Attend:
AI is not coming to health care - it is here. And so is HIPAA, one of the few laws in place covering PHI that fuels health care AI. There is no question that AI will be regulated, the question is how and when. In the meanwhile Covered Entities and Business Associates must address AI HIPAA compliance to protect themselves from violations and reduce the risk of damage to their reputation, stability and financial well-being.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- What is AI?
- AI in Health Care –Rapid Transformation
- When HIPAA Does and Does Not Apply to Health Information
- How HIPAA Applies to Health Care AI
- Uses and Disclosures of PHI
- Required, Permitted, Restricted
- Business Associates
- Potential AI HIPAA Violations
- Health Care Providers
- Health Plans
- Business Associates
- Third Party Health Plan Administrators
- Compliance Committee Members – Board of Directors
- Executive Staff
- Senior Management
- HIPAA Compliance Officials – Privacy and Security Officers
- Information Technology Managers
- Practice and Office Managers
- Patient Engagement Specialists
- Risk Managers
- Health Care Providers practicing as individuals or in small groups
- Third Party Group Health Plan Administrators
- Group Health Plan Administrators
- Attorneys for Covered Entities – In-house and Outside Counsel