IT Security in the Hospital, Office and Home
Do you know everything you should to protect your patients and yourself?
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 6:00—8:00pm
Columbus Medical Association 1390 Dublin Rd. Columbus 43215 (between Grandview & 5th Avenues)
Member Physicians - Free - Guests/Nonmember Physicians - $20.00 (includes hors d’oeuvres & cash bar)
Health care professionals are keenly aware that they are sitting on a “goldmine”. The electronic health records that are used to take care of your patients can also fetch top-dollar in the black market of stolen information. Everything one unscrupulous individual needs to wreak havoc on an individual is contained in those records and a breach can mean pain for your patients, your system and for you.
Do you know everything that you should to protect your patients and yourself? Are you doing things on your computer that can open the door to randsomware? Would you recognize a phishing scheme? When it comes to this issue, knowledge is power. Therefore, the CMA has assembled an panel of IT experts from each of the Columbus metro area hospital systems. They will share information on the latest threats and advise you on how you can do your part to keep information secure.
Expert IT Panelists
Brian Baacke—IS Security Manager (Nationwide Children’s Hospital); Tom Enneking—Regional Information Security Officer (Mount Carmel Health System); Kathy Jobes—Vice President Chief Information Security Officer (OhioHealth); Tremayne Smith—Chief Information Security Officer (Wexner Medical Center at the Ohio State University)
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