Legal Insights on Inspections: Data Governance, Privacy and Remote Inspections

Tuesday, October 24, 2023
10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon EST

Fee: $120/person Member; $180/person Non-Member

This timely webinar will help you and your team understand how to navigate Ministry of Long-Term Care inspection scenarios. Maintaining data governance and upholding residents’ data privacy protections during in-person and remote inspections are among the legal complexities homes must manage under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021. 

Gain valuable insights and practical advice your home can put to use through our case study-based webinar. Our legal experts will guide you through a series of illustrative scenarios designed to help you confidently navigate the competing privacy issues that may arise.

< Review inspections and investigations under the Act as well as practical insights on investigations.
< Understand how to respond to inspection requests for electronic health records, including requests for system passwords.
< Learn what to do when an inspector asks for remote access to a system housing electronic health records.
< Review legislation regarding remote inspections and explore how to maintain data and privacy governance during these inspections.

Explore this session's speakers below!
Gerald Chan, Lawyer, Partner, Stockwoods
John Risk, Lawyer, John Risk Law

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Gerald Chan, Lawyer, Partner, Stockwoods

Gerald is a partner at Stockwoods LLP where he practices criminal, administrative, and select civil litigation, with a focus on white collar crime and regulatory law. His clients have included individuals, regulatory bodies, and institutions such as long-term care homes. He has argued cases before all levels of court, including numerous cases before the Court of Appeal for Ontario and Supreme Court of Canada.  
Gerald has published numerous books on sentencing and the intersection between law and technology. He teaches on the faculty of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s National Criminal Law Program and the adjunct faculty of the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.
Gerald has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers (Canadian Lawyer, 2019), one of the Top 50 Trial Lawyers in Canada (Benchmark Litigation, 2023), White-Collar Crime/Enforcement Litigator of the Year (Benchmark Litigation, 2023), and Criminal Defence Lawyer of the Year (Best Lawyers, 2023). 
Gerald is an elected Bencher of the Law Society of Ontario, a trustee of the Law Foundation of Ontario, and an adjudicator in the Hearing Division and Appeal Division of the Law Society Tribunal.
Before his call to the Bar, Gerald graduated as co-gold medallist from Osgoode Hall Law School and clerked for Justice Abella at the Supreme Court of Canada

John Risk, Lawyer, John Risk Law

John Risk is a lawyer with over twenty years of experience in health care and professional regulation. He has his own firm focusing on professional regulation and health law, with particular expertise in legislation and regulation relating to congregate care settings for seniors. 

Carolyn Clubine brings a wealth of health and long term care experience to the facilitator role for the Administrator Leadership Program. She is the former Director of Long Term Care and Community Support Services for the Region of Peel’s five campuses of care. Currently, Carolyn serves as an LTC sector expert and consultant. Her most recent work with AdvantAge Ontario includes working on the Capital Development Resource Library. Carolyn also consults with non-profit organizations on issues ranging from strategic and business planning, redevelopment, organizational effectiveness, and board governance.