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Electronic service providers and shared health information systems: Statutory requirements and business considerations

November 23, 2021

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Connection details will be provided after you register.

Throughout the year, we host presentations that bring together leaders and experts in a variety of fields related to privacy, data protection and cybersecurity to share their knowledge and insights to help your organization achieve its business and growth objectives. 

Presenters: Roberto Ghignone, Patrick Hawkins and Logan Crowell

Health care organizations have become increasingly reliant on electronic service providers and shared health information systems to manage and deliver health care. Sharing a health information system across multiple organizations can have significant advantages including increasing the speed of sharing patient information and reducing the costs of managing the technology. At the same time, doing so can create increased risks associated with privacy, security and legislative compliance. 

Join members of our national Health Law Group to learn about the legislative requirements and the key business considerations in order to successfully implement and use a shared health information system. Our experts will also address best practices for managing privacy and security incidents within a shared health information system. 

Want to participate? Please submit questions you would like addressed through the RSVP form link below.

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CPD Information

BC | This course has been accredited for 1.0 hour. Course name: Electronic service providers and shared health information systems: statutory requirements and business considerations. Course number: N23112021.

ON | This session is eligible for up to 1.0 Substantive Hours.

QC | Please note, the concept of "recognition" or "accreditation" has been abolished. By doing this, the Barreau is trying to make it easier for lawyers to claim mandatory CLE credits without a formal accreditation process. It is now up to individual lawyers to determine the eligibility of a training activity and to declare the hours in their “Dossier de formation en ligne”.

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