Gina Campanella, a founding partner of Gallagher Campanella LLC, presented “HIPAA & the Medical Practice: Requirements for Privacy, Security and Breach Notification” on Monday, October 8th in San Diego, California for The Health Care Compliance Association’s 2018 Clinical Practice Compliance Conference. Ms. Campanella’s presentation featured the basic requirements of HIPAA and how to apply them meaningfully to your practice, an overview of recurring HIPAA obligations and updated requirements by passage of the Omnibus Rule in 2013, preparing for a federal government HIPAA Audit, and the increased trend for surprise audits.
According to the HCCA website, “The Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) is a 501(c)(6) member-based association for compliance professionals in the healthcare provider field. HCCA was established in 1996 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. [They] provide training, certification, networking, and other resources to compliance officers and staff from a wide range of healthcare organizations.”
Ms. Campanella focuses on healthcare regulatory and transactional matters federally and in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont. Ms. Campanella has assisted clients with transactional services and regulatory compliance consulting, as well as general counsel services to small practices and large societies and medical groups alike. Clients also seek her expertise when reviewing employment agreements, formation of new practices, separation from and sale of practices, business structuring, and surgical center licensing and registration, including preparation for Department of Health, AAAHC and AAAASF surveys of licensed and Medicare deemed facilities, as well as preparation and implementation of resulting plans of correction.