David Shillcutt, Member of the Firm, co-presents “Long-Awaited Federal Privacy Rules on Substance Use Disorder Treatment Records," a webinar hosted by the American Health Law Association (AHLA).

The panel discusses the recently finalized amendments to the federal substance use disorder (SUD) privacy regulations at 42 CFR Part 2. These amendments are the most significant changes to the approach to SUD privacy practices in a generation and include both increased flexibility to exchange records and significantly increased compliance risk. Any provider, payor, or entity involved in the provision, payment, or management of SUD services should attend.

Learning objectives include:

  • The audience will learn key provisions of the new SUD privacy final rule
  • The audience will learn new flexibilities for exchange of SUD records under the rules and interaction with HIPAA
  • The audience will learn new compliance and oversight risks from the SUD privacy rules

For more information, please visit AmericanHealthLaw.org.

Event Detail

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET


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