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The 2016 Legal Guide to Privacy & Information Management in Healthcare

Tab A
Registration and Continental Breakfast

Tab B
Welcome and Introduction from the Chairs
Mary Jane Dykeman,
DDO Health Law
Lonny J. Rosen, Rosen Sunshine LLP

Tab 1
The Legal Update: The New PHIPA Changes and Lessons Learned from Recent Cases
Mary Jane Dykeman,
DDO Health Law

Tab 2
Strategies for Using Privacy Impact Assessments to Identify and Reduce Organizational Risks
Samara Starkman, JD, LLM, CIPP/C, CIPM,
Drawbridge Consulting Inc.

Tab 3
What You Need to Know About Using Cloud Services for the Storage of Personal Health Information (PHI)
Anita Fineberg, CIPP/C,
Barrister & Solicitor
Jim Forbes, Director and Chief Technology Officer, Shared Information Management Services, University Health Network

Tab 4
Disclosing Personal Health Information in Proceedings: If, How and When?
Lonny J. Rosen,
Rosen Sunshine LLP

Tab 5
Analyzing The Risk of Harm Exception Permitting Disclosure of PHI
Lad Kucis,
Gardiner Roberts LLP

Tab 6
2016 Update on Strategies and Best Practices for Responding to and Managing Privacy Breaches in Healthcare
Manuela Di Re,
Director of Legal Services, Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

Tab 7
Privacy & Protection of PHI in Community Health Settings
Bosco Chan,
Chief Privacy Officer & Director of Privacy, Risk and Information Security Management, Ontario Association of Community Care Access Centres
Rodney Burns, Chief Information Officer, Association of Ontario Health Centres
Anna Tersigni Phelan, Risk Manager, Health Information Management, Privacy Officer, Canadian Mental Health Association, Waterloo Wellington Dufferin

Tab 8
Note Paper