The CHARM Executive Committee invites you to register for the May educational session Implementing New, HITECH changes to HIPAA: What, When, and How to Get Into Compliance The Return on Investment (ROI) of a Patient Safety Organization (PSO): Fact or Fiction? Thursday, May 2, 2013 12:30 to 4:00 p.m. COPIC Insurance Mile High Conference Room 7351 Lowry Boulevard Denver, CO 80231 RSVP by Monday, April 29 For more information go to www.charmcolorado.org “An organization dedicated to the safety and quality of health services for the benefit of patients, visitors, employees, and physicians by advancing and developing the professional practice of healthcare risk management.” Implementing New HITECH Changes to HIPAA: What, When, and How to Get Into Compliance The Return on Investment (ROI) of a Patient Safety Organization (PSO): Fact or Fiction? Agenda 12:30 – 1:15 p.m. Lunch, Networking, and CHARM business 1:15 – 1:30 p.m. ASHRM/Policy Update – Laura Wassmuth, JD, Kennedy Childs, PC., Co-Chair, CHARM Legislative/Policy Committee. 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Please respond by email to: Richard Osborn, Director of Insurance Claims Centura Health 2525 South Downing Street • Denver, CO 80210 Phone: (303) 778-5760 • Fax: (303) 778-5295 Email: [email protected] Name: _________________________________________ The Return on Investment (ROI) of a Patient Safety Organization (PSO): Fact Title: __________________________________________ or Fiction? Pamela Popp, Executive Vice President/ Employer: _____________________________________ Chief Risk Officer, Western Litigation Street/Box: ____________________________________ Inc. 2:30 – 2:45 p.m. Break 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. Implementing New HITECH Changes to HIPAA: What, When, and How to Get into Compliance Erika Bol, Privacy Officer, State of Colorado, Dept. of Health Care Policy and Financing The Return on Investment (ROI) of a Patient Safety Organization (PSO): Fact or Fiction? Learning Objectives: • State the role of the federally-certified Patient Safety Organization (PSO) in healthcare reform legislation. • Discuss the logistical alternatives for participating with a PSO: a) create a PSO directly (owner entity), b) create a PSO and partner for operational support, or c) do not create a PSO (join an existing entity). • Evaluate the financial return on investment (ROI) of participating with a PSO. In your answer, review a formula to assist in ROI analysis and comparison with any other investment decision. Implementing New HITECH Changes to HIPAA: What, When, and How to Get Into Compliance Learning Objectives: • Discuss HIPAA’s Final Omnibus Rule, its September compliance deadline, and steps you should take to get into compliance. • Describe how the Rule will impact the look and feel of privacy in your organization. • Identify changes to the Breach Notification Process. • Based on current trends in privacy regulations, discuss other changes we can expect and their implications for the risk/ quality professional. City and State: __________________________________ Zip Code: ______________________________________ Phone: ________________________________________ Fax: __________________________________________ Email: ________________________________________ Registration Fee • Fee paid for CHARM members • $20 all others (includes lunch) Method of Payment _____ Check enclosed (made payable to CHARM) _____ Will pay at meeting • ASHRM (American Society for Healthcare Risk Management) continuing education units pending • 24-hour cancellation required or you will be billed for the event. Check for upcoming CHARM events on our website: www.charmcolo.org September 20, 2013 – Annual Conference, JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek November 14, 2013 – Quarterly Meeting December 5, 2013 – Holiday Celebration Implementing New HITECH Changes to HIPAA: What, When, and How to Get Into Compliance The Return on Investment (ROI) of a Patient Safety Organization (PSO): Fact or Fiction? Erika Bol, MS, CHC, CPHRM, CIPP Erika Bol is the privacy officer for the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, Colorado’s state agency which administers the Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus programs, as well as a variety of other programs for Colorado’s lowincome families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. She has 20 years of experience working with healthcare providers on issues related to privacy, compliance, and risk management including HIPAA, ARRA/HITECH, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), the Federal False Claims Act, Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute. She has consulted with hospitals, physician groups and governmental agencies to increase efficiency, improve practices, and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. Ms. Bol holds a Master of Science degree in Health Systems Management from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois, and a Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Compliance from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She is an active member of both the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and the American Society of Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM), and a past-president of our CHARM organization. Pamela Lynn Popp, M.A., J.D., CPHRM, DFAHSRM, AIM, DSA Pamela Popp is an attorney with over 30 years of medical malpractice program management experience. She is currently the Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer for Western Litigation, Inc. in Denver, Colorado. Ms. Popp’s experience includes successful claims internalization projects for six national healthcare systems, specialization in claims and risk management program development, resolution of high dollar malpractice claims and litigation, and staff training and development. Ms. Popp received her undergraduate degree from Truman University in Kirksville, Missouri and her Health Services Management and Legal Studies Masters Degree from Webster University in St Louis, Missouri. She received her Juris Doctorate with an emphasis in Health Law from St. Louis University School of Law. Ms. Popp has been involved with the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) from local chapter leadership positions to the national Board of Directors. She served as ASHRM president in 2005 as well as president for the American Hospital Association’s Certification Center and is currently the president of the International Center for Captive Insurance Education. Ms. Popp is the recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Service Award by ASHRM peers and is only the 13th recipient of this award in ASHRM’s 30-year history. Ms. Popp is a national conference speaker, industry leader, trained mediator and published author.
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