When Health Care and Consumer Data Rules Collide: Ensuring Compliance with the Latest Generation of Data Privacy Laws

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When Health Care and Consumer Data Rules Collide: Ensuring Compliance with the Latest Generation of Data Privacy Laws

The line between health care and consumer data protection has become increasingly blurry, if not outright impossible to see. Determining whether data is Protected Health Information (PHI) has become more complex, while non-PHI personal information (PI) has become increasingly regulated at the state level by stringent data privacy laws. This webcast brings clarity to the issue by providing a practical approach to data classification across multiple attributes. Plus, you’ll learn about the subset of health-related data that is not subject to any privacy regulation. You will also see why accurate data classification can help you ensure that the appropriate data rights are afforded to individuals. 

  • Determining whether data are protected health information (PHI) as defined under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) has become more complex.
  • Non-PHI personal information (PI) increasingly is being regulated at the state level by stringent data privacy laws.
    There is a subset of health-related data that is not subject to any privacy regulation.
  • Accurate data classification is necessary to ensure that the appropriate data rights are afforded to individuals.
    A practical approaches to data classification across multiple attributes is important.

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