REGULATORY AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS THAT ARE GOING TO MATTER TO HEALTHCARE IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
Right now, healthcare privacy professionals are faced with an unending stream of news from other industries, from their technology teams, and regulatory actions, much of which seems like it could be relevant to healthcare and the future of HIPAA. However, the reality is that many of these trends matter much less to healthcare than it appears, and a few of them portend changes that few are seeing on the horizon.
Join Robert Lord, Co-Founder and President of Protenus and David Holtzman, Executive Advisor at CynergisTek, on September 18th from 12:00-1:00 pm CDT, in separating “signal” from “noise” in this brave new privacy landscape, gain practical insights on how you can prepare for what’s coming, and focus on what’s important. A particular focus will be placed on how privacy professionals can ensure that, even with innovation, appropriate access to patient data is monitored and controlled.
- Dig deeper into how new regulations like GDPR, CCPA, and others are expanding an individual’s rights to control his or her health information, and how these changes could impact your work
- Learn how to evaluate and address the risks and opportunities posed by Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and learn they’re quietly (and not so quietly) reshaping the nature of privacy in healthcare
- Examine the critical role of AI in monitoring access to data in the wake of settlements like Facebook, Equifax, and Premera Health, all of which represented failures in this area