HIPAA/42 CFR Mandated Reporting
When: October 25, 2018
Where: Lottie Beal Gibson Center of Excellence 130 Industrial Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
Training: HIPAA/ 42 CFR (AM Session) / Mandated Reporting: Are You Doing Your Part? (PM Session)
Presenter: David DeMasters / Michelle Greco, RNC-MNN, CCE, BSN
Time: Registration 8:30
AM Session- 9:00 to 12:15
PM Session- 1:15-4:30
Lunch on your own from 12:15-1:15
Credit: 6 Hours
Audience: Art Therapists, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, School Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Medical Professionals
Fee: Registration is $75.00
Employees of BHSA Region 1 Agencies (A/OBHS, BHSPC, CCCADA, The Forrester Center, UCCADA, Phoenix Center, Cornerstone, Newberry, Saluda, Laurens, plus Spartanburg and Anderson/Oconee Mental Health) may attend monthly Region 1 trainings at no charge; however, registration is needed in advance.
HIPAA/42 CFR Description: In the substance abuse field, confidentiality is governed by federal law and regulations that outline under what limited circumstances information about the client’s treatment may be disclosed with and without the client’s consent. Determining when 42 CFR Part 2 is applicable and how to legally access information about substance abuse treatment requires practitioners to work through a series of questions, including how 42 CFR interfaces with HIPAA. This training will shed light on that interface.
Objectives: 1. Discuss HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2 key concepts and patients’ rights under both.
2. Define permitted disclosures, legal issues and enforcement mechanisms under HIPAA and 42 CFR Part 2.
3. Explain how to respond to subpoenas and discovery requests.
4. Describe changes to the HIPAA Final Rule for 42 CFR Part 2.
David DeMasters practices as an associate with Davidson & Lindemann, P.A. His practice focuses primarily on civil rights litigation, insurance defense, and HIPAA compliance issues. Dave received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Carolina in 2003. He then went on to earn his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2010. Dave is a member of the South Carolina Bar. A native of Woodbridge, Virginia, Dave was born on March 12, 1981.
Mandated Reporting Description: This interactive training will provide an overview of signs of child abuse and neglect, mandated reporting, the process of making a report and what happens when you fail to report. The participants will learn the role and duty of the mandated reporter in accordance with the SC Law as well as how to navigate the process of reporting. Case scenarios will be provided and participants will work through the cases and learn how to report and follow up.
Objectives: 1. Describe the role of the mandated reporter.
2. Discuss what happens when a mandated reporter fails to report.
3. Define the process of reporting in SC suspected child abuse and neglect.
Michelle M. Greco, RNC-MNN, CCE, BSN, received a BA in Sociology from the University of Connecticut in 1993 and a BSN from the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 1998 where she graduated as a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. In 2016 she received a post- baccalaureate certificate in Child Advocacy Studies from USC Upstate. She is certified in Maternal Newborn Nursing, Child Birth Education and a Core Trainer for the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children. She has been with GHS for over 17 years serving in the roles of staff nurse for Women’s Hospital, Instructor for Women’s Education, and Nurse Educator for Children’s Advocacy and the Upstate Cribs for Kids Program and currently is the Manager of Child Abuse Prevention for the Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health and Advocacy where she focuses on bringing awareness to topics and programs that focus on child abuse and neglect and the many societal issues endangering children.
Her mission and passion is advocating for children through prevention, education and awareness to address the many issues facing children and families today.