Webinar – Privacy and Information Security in Private Medical Practice

Maintaining privacy and confidentiality is an essential, yet challenging, professional and legal obligation.

The live webinar was held on 12 September 2018, Members who missed the online event can watch the recorded session anytime.

MDA National’s Risk Adviser, Gae Nuttall and Medico-legal Adviser, Dr Jane Deacon discuss your responsibilities and the ‘fine print’ for protecting your patients’ health data.

Members can access the full 45-minute webinar through their Member Online Services account. Others can find an excerpt of the first 15 minutes of the webinar here.  

Learning outcomes

By the end of this session participants should be able to:

  •  identify the most important APP for medical practices
  •  describe your obligations under the new Notifiable Data Breaches scheme
  •  review your practice systems to ensure appropriate processes are in place to protect privacy.

If you have a question in relation to this webinar email the Education Services team at education@mdanational.com.au.

For help with a specific medico-legal query contact our Medico-legal Advisory Service: freecall 1800 011 255 or email advice@mdanational.com.au. This is a service for MDA National Members.

Event Information

Event Type: Other

Career Stages:

  • Doctors in Training
  • Doctors in Practice
  • Practice Managers and Owners
  • Others
  • Doctors in Specialist Training

Where

Your computer – recorded webinar

 

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