Program Description: ONC has finalized the Cures Act Final Rule attempting to clarify what is – and is not – “information blocking.” These Information Blocking (IB) rules apply to various groups and compliance is expected by April 5, 2021. Learn key details on what these rules could mean for you, particularly with respect to facilitating patient access to their health information.
Amy S. Warner, Esq., MBA
General Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Officer, Rochester RHIO
Amy serves as Rochester RHIO’s General Counsel and has done so for more than a decade. Amy has worked in several roles during her extensive career including litigation, risk management, quality management and compliance. Previous employers include Bausch & Lomb, Sedgwick CMS/Fidelity Insurance, and the Monroe County Law Department. She also served as Assistant State Attorney of Broward County, Florida. Amy serves on several state policy committees including the New York State Privacy and Security Policy Committee, SHIN-NY Certification Committee, and more. Amy also serves on the Board of Directors for the Verona Street Animal Society and as a state Ombudsman for the NYS Long Term Care Program. In addition, she holds certifications in HIPAA Privacy and HIPAA Security and is admitted to practice law in both New York and Florida.
Denise DiNoto is Rochester RHIO’s Chief Engagement Officer. She leads the Community Services team, which is responsible for maintaining participant relationships with over 1,700 organizations in 14 counties. Her focus is on community collaboration with organization leaders to optimize workflows, improve patient care outcomes, and minimize cost by providing appropriate access to community and statewide patient health information.
Program Flyer: Survival Series March 2021_2.pdf
Approved for 2 CEU's