Tim Zoph, CIO and senior vice president of Northwestern Memorial Healthcare, delivers the opening keynote at the Privacy & Security Forum.
Attendees listen to a panel discussion featuring Lisa Gallagher, senior director, privacy and security for HIMSS, and Bob Krenek, senior director of Experian Health Data Breach Resolution.
In a session titled "View from the Front Lines: Two Partners HealthCare CIOs Offer Insights into Their Security Strategy," CISO Jennings Aske and Deputy CIO Scott MacLean talk about Partners' efforts to manage data security across their enterprise.
In one of the Forum's most lively sessions, Howard Burde of Howard Burde Health Law and Robert Belfort of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips engaged the audience by presenting complex data integrity scenarios and asking a prevailing question: "What constitutes a breach?"
Kirk Larson, VP and CIO of Children's Hospital of Central California, talks with attendees about mobile device and social media policies in the healthcare setting.
David Harlow, principal of the Harlow Group, joins the mobile health and social media discussion.
An attendee asks a question at one of the Forum's many sessions.
U.S. Office of Civil Rights Director Leon Rodriguez speaks with Healthcare IT News Editor Bernie Monegain.
Sharon Finney, corporate data security officer for Adventist Health System, and Edward Ricks, president of information services and CIO of Beaufort Memorial Hospital, provide insight on preparing for an OCR audit.
Micky Tripathi, president and CEO of the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative, gives attendees a true-to-life story about a patient data breach and discusses its impact and aftermath.
The Privacy & Security Forum closed with a panel discussion on health information exchanges featuring Devore Culver, executive director of Maine's HealthInfoNet and John Halamka, MD, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Halamka speaks at the final session on patient data privacy and security within health information exchanges.