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Senter Presents at NC ASHRM Webinar on HIPAA Privacy and Security

Young Moore attorney David A. Senter, Jr. recently presented Lessons Learned from Recent OCR Enforcement of HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules via webinar to members and guests of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (NC ASHRM).

David is a shareholder at Young Moore and advises clients in matters related to healthcare privacy and data security, breach notification and reporting requirements, and HIPAA compliance. He assists covered entities and business associates with HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures, incident response and investigation, and workforce and management training. David currently serves as the Interim Associate Compliance Officer and Director of Privacy of an Academic Medical Center in North Carolina.

About NC ASHRM

NC ASHRM is a professional organization for Healthcare Risk Managers and is affiliated with the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM). Organized in 1980, its members actively seek to promote safe patient care and continually redesign our processes to protect healthcare assets for a sustainable healthcare future. NC ASHRM offers education, networking and advocacy for Healthcare Risk Managers.

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