In this preview of an article from Issue XXV, Volume 3 of the PLUS Journal (March 2012) authors Jonathan D Rubin and Sandra L Brown look at the impact social media can have on healthcare, specifically in long term care facilities. Also, don't miss the June 5, 2012 PLUS Webinar "HIPAA for Risk Managers: Meet the New HIPAA." From the article: In the context of long term care organizations, Facebook or MySpace pages of the organization itself or the organization's staff members can be used to impeach witnesses at trial. Accordingly, long term care organizations should take a cue from [...]
EPLI Litigation – One Degree of Separation Between Employees’ Use of Social Networking and Employers’ Exposures?
In this clip from the 2011 PLUS International Conference educational session entitled “EPLI Litigation - One Degree of Separation Between Employees' Use of Social Networking and Employers' Exposures?,” John West, Esq. (Allred Maroko Goldberg), Catherine Padalino (Chubb Specialty Insurance), and Mercedes Colwin, Esq. (Gordon & Rees LLP) look at social media's impact on the hiring and recruitment process. For more employment liability coverage don’t miss the 2012 Professional Risk Symposium, March 29 & 30 in Chicago. Sessions include “Blowing the Whistle on Retaliation,” “ERISA Litigation on the Hotseat,” and “Keeping the Damages Down – High Exposure EPL/E&O Claims.” Register by [...]
In this clip from the 2011 PLUS International Conference educational session entitled “Healthcare Cyber Risks and Privacy Breaches - Emergent Problems or Chronic Condition?,” Theodore Kobus, III, Esq. from Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin reviews the A to Z of healthcare data breaches. Also, registration just opened for the 2012 Medical Professional Liability Symposium, March 29 & 30 in Chicago. Don't miss the excellent educational and networking opportunities at this PLUS event. PLUS members can view this entire educational session by visiting www.plusweb.org/education/multimedia. You must be a member and logged-in to the website to view the multimedia content. [...]