Welcome to our newest panelist.
Barbara Holland, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Where: Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business Corporate and Executive Education, 3220 Market St., Philadelphia
When: Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015
- Healthcare providers: Just $149!
- Law firms and general registration: $595
- Service providers (non-law firms): $1,095
- Drexel alumni: $149
- Faculty organizations: 50% off
- Qualifying small non-profits: contact us with your details
Join us via the Web via GoToWebinar. Free to healthcare providers or $495 for all others. Interested participants should write to us at Info@LitigationConferences.com or call (484) 324-2755 x200. If the recording interests you please let us know!
Network and meet the faculty: The symposium will be followed by a wine & cheese reception, providing attendees with an opportunity to network and speak one-on-one with presenters.
Thanks to Aon for sponsorship support!
Aon also is sponsor of the Ponemon Institute’s 2015 Global Cyber Impact Report. Click the image to download it.
Who should attend:
- Healthcare providers
- Medical device manufacturers
- Big data, population health & app companies
- CISOs, CPOs, CROs, CIOs, CTOs
- General counsel and legal departments
- Practice managers
- Health IT investors
- Risk managers
- Human resource professionals
What we will cover:
- Health and Human Services, Office of Civil Rights Audit Update and Impact on Covered Entities and Business Associates
- Law Enforcement Update: Healthcare Data Breaches – What’s Working and What’s Not
- Implementing Security & Privacy Controls in the Real World
- Mobile Health, App & HIT Innovation with Security & Privacy ‘Baked In’
- Integrating Information Technology Risk Management into the Enterprise
- Security & Privacy Challenges & Solutions for Big Data & Population Health
- Managing Coverage for Healthcare Data Breaches
- Live Tabletop Exercise: Healthcare Data Security Incident Response
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Early Registration & Sponsorship:
To register or for more information please contact Brownie Bokelman at HB. Brownie.Bokelman@LitigationConferences.com, or by phone: (484) 324-2755 x207.
Healthcare organizations have been going through a period of extraordinary change while facing an array of critical data security and privacy challenges. No one wants to become the next data breach headline, but the reality of tight budgets, tight deadlines and conflicting priorities makes effective management of cyber risk especially challenging today.
“Health and medical regulators are promising audits and tougher enforcement while law enforcement warns that health data is under attack,” said Conference Chair Ben Goodman. “Meanwhile, there is no shortage of ‘solutions’ promising to protect data and prevent breaches, but not enough resources or even time in the day to review all the options. Of course, cyber security is not just an IT problem. It is a risk management problem that requires an interdisciplinary team approach. And that’s what inspired the mission for this event.”
Hear from, and engage with regulators, law enforcement and professionals on the front lines in your field who are effectively managing cyber risks under the same regulatory, time and resource constraints as you.
The Healthcare Data Breach & Privacy Symposium is structured for dialogue and engagement with professionals who will share their experiences and discuss what works and what doesn’t in addressing today’s health data security and privacy challenges. They each bring a variety of vital perspectives with backgrounds in health information technology security, big data, population health, medical device and mobile health app development, legal, risk management and insurance, privacy and regulatory compliance, IT investment and more.
Stick around. The Symposium will be followed by a wine and cheese networking event, providing an opportunity for attendees to continue the conversation.
The driver of this event, 4A Security and Compliance, has a deep specialization in healthcare data security and compliance. 4A was founded by CEO and President Ben Goodman, CRISC who has spent the last 25 years building and running companies in the technology and Risk Management fields. Goodman is a founding member of the Drexel University Cybersecurity Institute Advisory Board and is currently collaborating with the Drexel LeBow School of Business on this event and other cyber risk management offerings. For this seminar he has endeavored to strike a balance between education via interactive engagement with experts, and practical takeaways you can put to work as soon as the program adjourns.
Goodman has collaborated in the crafting of this event with Duane Morris Partner Lisa W. Clark who practices healthcare law with a focus on health information technology (HIT) and mobile health (mHealth) for hospitals, physicians and other providers. For more than 20 years, she has provided legal support to providers, investors, developers and others with across-the-board regulatory compliance and payor program participation, including on HIPAA, privacy and security, electronic health records and meaningful use, technology adoption, and accountable care organizations and other new delivery models under healthcare reform. . She established and heads the firm’s mHealth, Health Information Technology (HIT) and Telemedicine Interdisciplinary Group.