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Coffee & Connect – The Key Elements of Compliance & Data Privacy

To build, operate, and protect your practice and your license, you must understand compliance and the basics of data privacy. Why are these issues so important? Because all practitioners are impacted by weak systems that could affect your practice or your patients by being out of compliance or through a data breach. Join Irnise F. Williams, JD, RN, for a one-hour webinar on Tuesday, November 29 at 3:30 PM for The Key Elements of Compliance & Data Privacy. Whether you lead the team, are a team member, or you’re a team of one, you don’t want to miss this. Attendees will receive 1.0 contact hours.*

This presentation is sponsored by The Law Office of Irnise F. Williams, LLC.

About the presenter: Irnise F. Williams, JD, RN is an experienced nurse and attorney and a Change Management Expert who uses the change management process to break down the organization’s goals and create sustainable and cost-effective plans of action. Additionally, her training allows executives, leaders, and other stakeholders to manage their fear of change, expand their perspective, discover opportunities, and utilize present resources to get to the intended goal. Learn more about Irnise here: https://www.irnisewilliams.com/

This event is free for PSNA members and non-members.

Zoom information will be emailed before the session.

Click here to sign up.

*In order to obtain 1.0 contact hours for this activity, the learner must attend the activity and complete the evaluation. 

The Pennsylvania State Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 

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