Senter Presents on HIPAA Enforcement

Health care attorney David A. Senter, Jr. recently presented on OCR Updates and Recent Enforcement Activity at a North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA) Triangle Region webinar titled Compliance Updates – HIPAA Enforcement and Information Blocking. NCHIMA provides continuing education and communication to health information professionals and educates the public on important issues such as health information and privacy.

A shareholder at Young Moore, David focuses his practice on the healthcare and transportation industries. He educates and advises clients in matters pertaining to healthcare privacy and data security, breach notification and reporting requirements, and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. David currently serves as the Interim Associate Compliance Officer and Director of Privacy of an Academic Medical Center in North Carolina.

David’s healthcare practice includes reviewing and developing HIPAA related policies and procedures, release of information procedure manuals and authorizations, business associate agreements, and employee training materials regarding privacy and security standards. David also assists healthcare providers and other covered entities with privacy and security incident investigations, as well as to ensure compliance with state and federal breach notification and reporting requirements.

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