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NAID-Canada Conference Strikes Cord with Medical Facilities

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The NAID-Canada conference is receiving a steady stream of registrations from medical facilities. The event, to be held in Toronto on March 8th and 9th, like last year, is aimed at consumers. Unlike last year however, this year's NAID-Canada Conference focuses on practical applications instead of government policy setting.

From the beginning, planners sought to capitalize on the high-profile role NAID-Canada took in the now infamous "movie set" incident, where thousands of medical records were strewn throughout downtown Toronto as props in a movie about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The incident led to the first-ever PHIPA Executive Order by Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D, on the topic of the destruction of medical records.

Dr. Cavoukian will give the NAID-Canada Keynote address.

The early registration discount applies through February 10, 2006. Exhibit space and sponsorships for the event are still available.

Go to the NAID-Canada Conference website for complete information and forms: