ADA and GINA: Understanding the Rules When Employers Request Medical or Genetic Information?

Tuesday, December 18, 2012


Title I of the ADA and Title II of GINA limit employer access to medical information. Regardless of whether an employer or an occupational health provider maintains information in paper or electronic files, it must ensure that personal health information about applicants or employees cannot be accessed, except under specific circumstances. Join us for this session as the relationship between GINA and the Employment Provisions of the ADA are discussed.

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Sharon Rennert Senior Attorney Advisor, ADA/Gina Division Office of Legal Counsel