Georgia has enacted a law that provides immunity from certain civil lawsuits that may arise in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act (the “Act”) contains sweeping provisions that will provide much needed peace of mind during these uncertain times. However, there are important limitations to the Act’s reach that your nonprofit should consider before relying upon its protections. Read this article to learn more about the protection provided by the Act.NEW GEORGIA LAW PROVIDES SOME PROTECTION FOR NONPROFITS AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS FROM COVID-RELATED LIABILITY
If your organization is subject to HIPAA, there are very stringent laws that dictate how your nonprofit must handle medical records. Even if your nonprofit is not subject to HIPAA, there are several obligations around handling medical records. In this webcast, our speaker will talk about:
- Medical records & COVID-19
- Confidentiality requirements
- How to handle requests for medical information
Speaker: Zeke Van Keuren, Southern Health LawyersNonprofits, HIPAA and Medical Records
Nonprofits often request medical information from clients and volunteers. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) establishes rules about the collection and protection of health information. Do nonprofits need to comply with HIPAA and, if so, what does HIPAA require?
During this one hour webcast, our speaker addresses:
- Who is subject to HIPAA?
- If your organization is subject to HIPAA, what does it need to do to comply?
- What are the recent and anticipated changes to HIPAA, and how do they affect your organization?