Senter to Speak on HIPAA Privacy and Security at NCHIMA Event

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Young Moore attorney David A. Senter, Jr. will present on Lessons Learned from Recent OCR Enforcement of HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules at the June meeting of the Triangle Region North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA).

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.

The North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA) represents health information professionals employed in such roles as HIM Directors, information analysts, quality management analysts, coders, risk managers, compliance officers, consultants, educators and technicians. In addition to providing continuing education and communication to its members, NCHIMA works to educate and advise the public on important issues such as health information and privacy.

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