Webinar | Managing multiple technologies for maximum access and data privacy
Now available on-demand
Hosted by: Dan Bowman, Editor FierceHealthIT
From admission and discharge to billing and record keeping, today’s hospitals use technology along every point of the care continuum. But challenges remain, especially when so many clinicians and staff access patient records across multiple points, and often on different equipment. Health IT leaders must safeguard patient data not only on desktop computers, but on hand-held devices, remote monitoring equipment, patient and physician portals, and more.
At University of California, Irvine Medical Center, for example, officials have implemented a unique bring-your-own-device policy that merges the facility’s mobile-device management software with a network access control app, enabling an integrated mobile security system. The policy was implemented to allow physicians direct mobile access to the hospital’s electronic medical record system.
This webinar will examine how UC Irvine and other providers are simultaneously using multiple technologies to boost physician access while ensuring data security.
Benefits of attending:
Getting firsthand insight into steps taken to protect data used across multiple platforms that also must be interoperable
Learning about how a BYOD model can impact other systems
Who should attend:
Hospital leaders who use multiple technologies to boost access for providers (CIOs, CMIOs, CEOs)
Hospital technology directors
Providers interested in access and privacy issues regarding technology used
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Ron Mehring, Director of Information Security - Information Security Officer, Texas Health Resources Ron began his career in technology for the United States Marine Corps. After 21 years of military service Ron retired from the Marine Corps and joined the Department of Veteran Affairs to lead Compliance Assessment teams within the newly formed Oversight & Compliance group. Ron Mehring is a Certified Information Security Professional (CISSP).
David A. Collins, Senior Director of mHIMSS, HIMSS David A. Collins joined HIMSS in July 2005 and currently serves as Senior Director of mHIMSS, a platform to convene, educate, and engage the mobile ecosystem. Previously, Collins served as Senior Director, Professional Development, with strategic oversight of HIMSS Annual Conference planning and HIMSS specialty programming.
Eric Croswhite Manager, Americas Thin Client & Virtualization Category Printer and Personal Systems Organization at Hewlett-Packard Company Eric Croswhite is Manager, Americas Thin Client Business Desktop Category in Printers and Personal Systems Group (PPS). Eric and his team are responsible for delivering the roadmap for the Americas Region, communicating and positioning the portfolio for business growth and profitability. Eric has held a variety of positions in his seventeen years at HP.
William (“Trip”) O’Donnell, Senior Vice President, Business Development HealthCast Inc. Trip O’Donnell is founder of HealthCast, Inc., an award-winning enterprise software solutions company that holds the #1 Single Sign-On ranking in the KLAS 2011 survey of the healthcare Single Sign-On category. Trip oversees business development, marketing, account management activities, and partner relationships including Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard.