This post has expired! It was posted more than 90 days ago.
<- Back

Notifiable data breaches scheme

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine

On-demand recorded 5 Feb 2019

The Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme came into effect in February 2018 and applies to all agencies and organisations with existing personal information security obligations under the Privacy Act. These obligations extend to general practices.

This webinar is designed to assist GPs and general practice teams in their understanding of the Notifiable  Data Breaches scheme and their obligations for assessing and responding to potential data breaches in their practice.

This event is part of Practice essentials webinar series. Events in this series are:

  • Phone and video consultations: a how-to presentation
  • Using personal mobile devices for clinical photos in general practice
  • My Health Record – an update webinar
  • Social media and the use of apps in general practice
  • Secondary use of general practice data
  • Telehealth video consultations in general practice
  • Privacy and managing health information in general practice
  • Technology in general practice
  • Information security in general practice
  • Improving health record quality in general practice
  • SafeScript - Real time prescription monitoring for controlled drugs
  • Medico-legal concerns and My Health Record
  • Notifiable data breaches scheme
  • High-quality health records to support patient care
  • Introduction to electronic prescribing
  • Phone and video consultations: a how-to presentation

Presenter Ms Amanda Baird
Assistant director of the dispute resolution, OAIC

Dr Penny Burns
General Practitioner

Penny Burns is a General Practitioner based in Sydney. She has worked for over 20 years in urban and rural general practice and is a member of the RACGP Expert Committee - Practice, Technology and Management. She has been interested in computer and technology use in general practice since the early 1990s. Penny is interested in the use of technology to improve outcomes in learning. Over the last year she has been involved in delivering education sessions as part of the My Health Record in general practice national education awareness campaign. She is currently part of the CSIRO Primary Care Data Quality Content Working Group, which examines the use of data in general practice and is Deputy Chair of the Disaster Management Special Interest Group at the RACGP.

Ms Pip Walter
Project Coordinator, Practice Technology and Management

Notifiable data breaches scheme
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Business of General Practice
Provider Type
Non Profit Organisation