A PIA is part of a regular business process if you collect, use, or disclose personal health information in your healthcare practice. When you have a previous PIA that has been prepared, submitted to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) and it has been accepted for use--well, that is not the end of your PIA journey.
You need to ensure that you are updating and amending your PIA as your practice matures and as you make administrative and technical changes to the procedures in your practice.
Join Jean L. Eaton, Your Practical Privacy Coach and Your Practice Management Mentor and host of this podcast to discover the common triggers that require you to consider if it is time for you to do a PIA amendment.
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01:07 When do you need a privacy impact assessment (PIA) amendment?
01:27 Previous PIA is more than 2 years ago
03:19 Changes in legislation
Other common triggers for PIA amendments
03:56 Electronic Medical Record or computer network, or office productivity
05:16 Physicians, Ownership, Location
05:45 New Users / Information Sharing
06:35 Communicating With Patients
07:57 Vendors Change - Alberta Netcare Portal
10:00 New PIA or PIA Amendment?
12:13 After the Amendment is Written
If you need assistance with your Privacy Impact Assessment amendment, see https://InformationManagers.ca/PIA-courseProtect Your Practice, Your Patients, and Your Assets With Privacy Impact Assessments
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