June 23-26, 2014 | Chapel Hill, NC
CynergisTek is proud to support the North Carolina Healthcare Information & Communications Alliance (NCHICA) tenth annual Security & Privacy Conference. NCHICA is dedicated to transforming healthcare through effective adoption of IT. Much like CynergisTek, education and awareness are a part of its mission. This year CynergisTek will be supporting NCHICAs efforts by participating in multiple panel discussions and a Business Associate Workshop, as well as exhibiting at the conference.
Monday June 23 and Tuesday June 24 7:30-4:30 | Exhibit Tables
CynergisTek will be exhibiting at the AMC conference. Come stop by to learn more about who we are and ask us your toughest compliance question.
Monday, June 23 4:30 pm: Technical Security Vulnerabilities, Encryption Back Doors & Other Dirty Tricks
CynergisTek’s CEO Mac McMillan will moderate the discussion along with panelists David Finn of Symantec Corp., Mike Dockery of Cincinnati Insurance Companies, and Jeff Vossenkemper of University of Iowa. This expert group will use recent incidents as an example to look at some of the typical technical security vulnerabilities and how they are exploited, and then will provide guidance on prevention, strategy and protection.
Tuesday June 24 2:45 pm: Regulatory Updates
CynergisTek’s VP of Compliance, David Holtzman will participate in a panel discussion with Ray Shelton of Continuum Health Partners, Marti Arvin of UCLA Health System, and Adam Greene of Davis, Wright Tremaine. Together the four will highlight some of the recent hot topics around compliance. They will discuss what has changed with Business Associates, random audits, the final Omnibus Rule and breach obligations.
Thursday June 26 8:00 am | Compliance Management Process – What Does it Mean?
David Holtzman will present at the Business Associate workshop to help clear up obligations for business associates and sub-contractors. In this informative sessions, Holtzman will review who is a BA, what are the requirements under the Omnibus Rule, and how to take the necessary steps to comply with HIPAA regulations.