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October 8, 2015  12:42 PM

Security of healthcare data in motion



Posted by: adelvecchio
cybersecurity, data encryption, data in motion, data privacy and security, healthcare data

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May 5, 2015  1:56 PM

The duality of patient data: How do we keep it secure and free-flowing?



Posted by: adelvecchio
Data privacy, data privacy and security, Health Data Consortium, Health Datapalooza

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August 2, 2012  3:31 PM

#HIPAAchat: A new privacy and security TweetChat on the block



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
#HIPAAchat, data privacy and security, HCSM, health IT social media, HIE, HIPAA, HITsm, Social media, TweetChat

What: #HIPAAchat When: Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 2:00 - 3:30 ET Where: The Twittersphere, using #HIPAAchat


June 11, 2012  11:41 AM

Data privacy and security: How do they stretch across the healthcare value chain?



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Data management, data privacy and security, Data storage, HIPAA, PHI, PII, Privacy and security, Value chain

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June 8, 2012  9:02 AM

The data access tug-of-war: Ensuring PHI security at Touchstone Behavioral Health



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Behavioral Health, data privacy and security, Data security, HIPAA, PHI, Touchstone Behavioral Health

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December 15, 2011  2:02 PM

How recent and upcoming HIPAA changes will affect BAs and subcontractors



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
BAs, Business associates, data privacy and security, HIPAA, Privacy rule, Security rule, Steve Gantz, Subcontractors, webcast

In this Health IT Exchange webcast, Steve Gantz, Professor of Information Assurance at UMUC and SVP and Chief Security Officer at Evolvent Technologies, speaks on the complexities of the fluid HIPAA...


November 10, 2011  10:50 AM

The four essentials of a secure health IT infrastructure



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Business associates, data privacy and security, Data storage, HIPAA, Infrastructure, Patient data, Technology infrastructure

Guest post by: Ruby Raley, Director, Healthcare Solutions, Axway How do you know that you've done all you can to protect your organization's information and your patients' information? I can think of four essential issues of IT infrastructure -- hard, fast, universal...


October 24, 2011  11:51 AM

Don’t become a poster child for a health care data breach



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Data breach, data privacy and security, HIPAA, Informatica, Jay Hill

Guest post by: Jay Hill, Director Product Management, Informatica Below is a list of the top five things that your executive team needs to know and do to avoid becoming a poster child for the health care data breach flyer. 1. The threats are real. The...


July 21, 2011  11:46 AM

The health care cloud: Data security opening up mobile possibilities



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Cloud, Cloud computing, data privacy and security, HIPAA, mHealth, mobile health

Guest post by: Kevin Dodson, Appirio’s Mobile Practice Generally speaking, doctors have a phobia of moving health care data to places that they can't physically see or touch. A majority of medical information is still housed in local servers and paper folders or dusty...


July 18, 2011  12:00 AM

Is health care ready for cloud computing?



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Cloud, Cloud computing, data privacy and security, Private cloud, Public cloud

Guest Post by: Chris Pick, chief marketing officer, Apptio In passing the HITECH Act as part of ARRA in 2009, the government had two primary goals: Moving physicians who have been slow to migrate from paper-based patient records to an electronic medical record (EMR) system, and ensuring that...


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