Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) exists to provide integrated technology services to nonprofits and other mission-based organizations, and it’s also our privilege to offer you professional development opportunities through our Roundtable series. For this Tech Networks of Boston Roundtable, we are grateful to 501Partners for suggesting the topic and generously underwriting the session.
Our July 25th Roundtable session will focus on HIPAA compliance for nonprofits. While many nonprofit organizations are anxious about both the legal and technical implications, they rarely have an opportunity to discuss both issues in one workshop. In this Roundtable session, we hope to remedy that! An experienced attorney, Marni Levitt, will serve as our legal expert. Our Tech Networks of Boston colleague, Peter Franklin, will serve as the information technology expert, answering questions about what kind of changes to your IT infrastructure might be advisable.
Here’s what Marni and Peter say about this session:
“Do you have healthcare partners or clients who are asking whether your business is HIPAA-compliant, or who are requesting that you sign a ‘business associate agreement’ (BAA) before they will do business with you? If so, this session will give you a solid understanding as to what it means to be a ‘business associate’ through specific case studies, as well as an understanding of what you are agreeing to when you sign a BAA, and the types of policies and systems that you need in place to be HIPAA compliant.”
This presentation is appropriate for small, medium and large non-profits, and for C-Suite leaders, including CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CMOs. No previous knowledge of HIPAA compliance is necessary.
Full scholarships are available to qualified employees of nonprofit organizations.