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BCI’s Education Month is an annual campaign that promotes education and training opportunities for disaster recovery and business continuity practitioners. This year’s education month theme is “Facing the Future Together."

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The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) is an international network of disaster recovery and business continuity experts with over 8,000 members in more than 100 countries. BCI’s vision is to enable members to obtain guidance and support from fellow practitioners.

Veoci is proud to present two webinars alongside BCI within the theme of Facing the Future Together.

Education Month: HIPAA and COVID-19: What Organizations and Businesses Need to Know

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations, especially hospitals and healthcare systems, to rethink and reshape their processes. The demand for information from both patients, families of patients and the public is at an all time high. In our increasingly digital world, many organizations are seeking out cloud-based methods of instant communication and data sharing. However, compliance with HIPAA regulations remains an important priority given the sensitivity of Protected Health Information (PHI).

In response to COVID-19, some HIPAA compliance has been relaxed by the Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights, which has issued the following:

HIPAA non-enforcement notices related to

  • tele-health
  • community-based testing sites
  • business associate disclosure of PHI for public health services

And guidance related to

  • first responders and disclosures to family and friends involved in care and for notification purposes.

Even with this temporary relaxation in HIPAA compliance , secure methods of communication are as important as ever. Once the public health emergency is over, though, compliance will no longer be relaxed. Therefore, it is important to both understand the current situation and also how to handle PHI now so that once the enforcement of HIPAA Rules reverts to normal, you can be compliant.

This webinar will: (1) review the current status of HIPAA and COVID-19 in light of these non-enforcement notices and guidance, and (2) share methods of secure PHI documentation and sharing for HIPAA compliance today and going forward.

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We're dedicated to helping with the response to COVID-19, whether that be at the individual or organizational level, and have been working with top experts, professionals, and practitioners to relevant, useful, and accurate information to help you manage this crisis successfully.

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Part 1: Coronavirus: Updates in an Evolving Story

Understanding the coronavirus is the first step we can all take in pushing it back and preventing it from spreading. Dr. Marie Louise Landry, Director of Clinical Virology Laboratory at the Yale University School of Medicine, discusses the coronavirus and what the medical community currently understands about the disease. Recording unavailable, read the summary here.

Part 2: Coronavirus: Immune Response to Viruses

Dr. Paula Kavathas, Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Immunobiology at the Yale University School of Medicine, continues the discussion on coronavirus (COVID-19). In this webinar she explores what viruses are, how the body an immune system combat viruses, and how vaccines work. Watch the recording, or read the summary here.

Part 3: Practitioner Panel: Continuity in the Face of Coronavirus

Four practitioners (on the Veoci team) in the fields of healthcare and emergency management as they share best practices for tracking and responding to COVID-19 or other major health crises. Watch the recording, or read the summary here.

Presenters:

The Virtual EOC: Long Term Pandemic Management

Four practitioners and experts in the field of emergency management share their experiences using virtual Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs) and discuss their benefits and applicability in prolonged crises such as COVID-19.

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HIPAA and COVID-19: What Organizations and Businesses Need to Know

The Veoci team reviews the current status of HIPAA and COVID-19 in light of non-enforcement notices and guidance, and shares methods of secure PHI documentation and sharing for HIPAA compliance today and going forward.

You can watch the webinar recording here.

Digitally Managing the Return to Campus

With talk of businesses and institutions reopening in the coming months in the midst of COVID-19, higher ed emergency managers and administrators need to take into account all of the rules and policies around reopening being issued by authorities. Watch this webinar featuring emergency management professionals from Washington University in St. Louis, Louisiana State University, University of South Florida and Southern Methodist University as they discuss and share some of their COVID-19 response tools as well as their return to campus plans and processes.

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Accelerating COVID-19 Contact Tracing Efforts

In this webinar,  Brian Weeks, epidemiologist for the city of New Haven, discusses the City of New Haven’s contact tracing efforts for COVID-19.

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Reopening Part 1: Return to the Office

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many organizations continue to ask themselves and local and state governments when they can bring employees back to the office and start the process of building their “new normal." In part 1 of our webinar series on reconstitution, Helena Adams, Veoci’s People Operations Director, will discuss the key things employees need to know while beginning or preparing for the return to the office.

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Lessons Learned from the First Wave of COVID-19

In this webinar, emergency management and business continuity professionals from NYU Langone Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Orange County and the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force discuss lessons learned from the first wave of COVID-19. The presenters covered topics such as their COVID-19 response, documentation, key takeaways and plans for the future.

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