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If you’re using data (and you should be!), how can you make sure you’re protecting the privacy rights of your community members?

This webinar will help you out!

Privacy and Confidentiality Issues in Sharing Data!

An interactive webinar brought to you by

The National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology

August 11 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Eastern

This webinar will discuss challenges posed by the increased technological ability to share information for the coordination of services while protecting the privacy rights of those involved in the child welfare system.

We will discuss:

  • FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and the importance of sharing school data to improve educational outcomes for children in care.
  • SAMHSA’s 42 C.F.R. part 2 – tracking participants’ progress can be quite challenging because of the significant protections of treatment data.
  • HIPAA: What are the requirements and why do they differ by State? What are the concerns?
  • Implementing privacy policies – what you need to know. Some key privacy solutions developed by Global Privacy & Information Quality Working Group, how can you get help?

Presenters:

Judge Anthony Capizzi, Montgomery County, Ohio, Juvenile Court

Jessica Feierman, Juvenile Law Center

Tara Kunkel and Alicia Davis, NRCCWDT/NCSC

Moderators:

Di Graski and Gene Flango, NRCCWDT/NCSC

There will be time for a Q&A/discussion session at the end, and a list of resources will be posted on the NRCCWDT webpage.

We highly encourage you to share the invitation with colleagues in other departments with whom you have an interest in sharing data. (Substance Abuse, Education, Public Health, etc.)

You may go to the NRC’s website or register at:

https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/34722818