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De-identification Demystified: Legal Standards, Risks, and Mechanisms to Prevent Re-identification - On Demand Recording

Recorded On: 04/23/2020

Time: 90 minutes
Session Format: On Demand Recording
CLE Credit Available:  No

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Many covered entities are using, or allowing collaborators and other third parties to use, de-identified information for a variety of purposes, including quality improvement, research, development of AI, and the like. This webinar will cover details regarding the legal standards for de-identification or anonymization of data under HIPAA, Part 2, the federal Common Rule, the California Consumer Privacy Act and other similar state laws, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The webinar will also cover the real risks of re-identification of individuals, and mechanisms to prevent re-identification.

Level of Difficulty: Advanced

  • AHLA Member: $99
  • Non-AHLA Member: $149

Content Lead:

  • Health Information and Technology


  • Digital Health

Kristen Rosati, Esq.


Coppersmith Brockelman
Phoenix, AZ

Daniel Barth-Jones

Assistant Professor of Clinical Epidemiology

Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health

Gerard Nussbaum


Zarach Associates LLC
Bridging Health, Technology, and Law 
Chicago, IL

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