Upcoming Webinars: June & July 2014

June 9, 2014 CynergisTek

CynergisTek’s Mac McMillan to Lead Several Educational Webinars This Summer

Mac McMillan, CEO of CynergisTek, will be presenting on various topics including business associates, HIPAA compliance and risk analysis. Learn more and register for each event below.


HIPAA Omnibus: Compliance Strategies for Business Associates

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This exclusive webinar is tailored to Business Associates now that they are directly responsible for HIPAA under the Omnibus Rule. This two hour session will review the critical components of HIPAA compliance, give insight of how to build a plan of compliance, and guide attendees on the revamped breach notification changes. The webinar is led by CynergisTek CEO, Mac McMillan and offered through HealthcareInfoSecurity. Upcoming dates include Tuesday, June 10 at 3:30 pm EDT and Wednesday, July 30 11:30 am EDT.

Click here for more details and to register.


Updated Federal HIPAA Compliance Audit Preparation Tips

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On Monday, June 16 at 1:30 PM (EDT) and Tuesday, July 15 3:30 PM (EDT) McMillan will be offering more webinar training for HealthcareInfoSecurity.com.  In this webinar he will provide his firsthand experience of the pilot OCR audit  program. He will provide valuable lessons learned that can help attendees prepare and gain insight to future audits that are scheduled to resume this fall.

Click here to learn more and to register for either event on HealthcareInfoSecurity.com


Securing the Brave New World of Online Patient Information

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On Wednesday, June 25 at 11:30 AM (EDT), Thursday, July 10 1:30 PM (EDT) and Tuesday, July 22 at 1:30 PM, McMillan will review what the current landscape of how the industry is protecting PHI. He will outline some of the tactics posed by cover criminals looking to steal PHI, as well as utilize real-life examples of identity theft. Then alongside with McMillan, Craig Priess, founder and VP of Products and Fraud Intelligence for Guardian Analytics, will look at some of the ways to overcome these challenges and behavioral analytic solutions that can help protect data.

Click here to learn more and to register for either event on HealthcareInfoSecurity.com


The Role of Identity Management in Protecting Patient Health Information

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In this webinar on Thursday, June 26 at 1:00 pm EDT, McMillan will discuss the common challenge of identity and access management in the healthcare setting. He will provide updates on how mismanaged and inappropriate access to personal health information jeopardizes compliance with regulatory requirements.

Did you miss it? Click here to watch the recording.


Risk Analysis: How to Do it Right Under HIPAA & HITECH

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This webinar presented by Mac McMillan, CEO of CynergisTek, will review the risk analysis requirements for healthcare organizations and vendors, and clarify some of the misconceptions that are common in the industry. McMillan will review the OCR approved NIST methodology and how it can be applied when conducting a risk assessment. This webinar is ideal for any organization that creates, receives, maintains or transmits PHI, as they are directly liable to meet the HIPAA Security Rule risk analysis requirements. It is offered through MentorHealth on Tuesday, July 15 at 1:00 pm EDT.

Click here for more details and to register.

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