Change is coming. Will your healthcare organization be ready?
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), passed in 2018, is now being updated with amendments which make the original law more aggressive. Following on the heels of CCPA, Washington state is poised to pass data privacy legislation that may be even more restrictive than California. Eight additional states are currently considering data privacy laws.
At the federal level, four proposed laws are competing for attention in Congress. Given the priority being placed on data privacy, at least one of these laws is expected to pass in 2019.
What does this mean for healthcare organizations? This webinar, led by David Reim, DMD’s Chief Privacy Officer, will discuss:
• Current and proposed amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act
• A review of other states, including New Jersey and New York, which are close to voting on new legislation
• The four proposals currently under review by Congress and our best guess on direction and timing
• The key considerations for all healthcare organizations as they navigate and respond to fast-changing data privacy regulations