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    At last the US Department of Health & Human Services’ (HHS) has released the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force report. Hear from the Task Force’s co-chairs, who were directly involved with shaping the recommendations to Congress.  The Task Force was created under the Cybersecurity Act passed in late 2015.  Learn about how the Task Force arrived at their recommendations and understand how the co-chairs see the report impacting the industry.

    Our program will begin with insight from two Task Force members, Theresa Meadows, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer with Cook Children’s Health Care System, co-chair of the Task Force and David Ting, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Imprivata, Inc. to present the report findings. Following an overview of the report, Andrew Coyne, Chief Information Security Officer from the Mayo Clinic and Brian Streud, Chief Information Officer, Faith Regional Health Services will provide reactions to the report and explain how they plan to take action on the Task Force’s recommendations.

    • CHIME CIO Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium™ – Session 3

    • Start: 06/29/2017 12:00 pm
    • End: 02:00 pm
    • Event Type: Webinar
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Mary Chaput, MBA, HCISPP, CIPP/US, CIPM, Chief Financial & Compliance Officer – Clearwater Compliance
      Bob Chaput, MA, CISSP, HCISPP, CRISC, CIPP/US, CEO & Founder – Clearwater Compliance
      Jon Stone, MPA, PMP, HCISPP, VP, Product Innovation – Clearwater Compliance

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    Designed for those acting as CIO, the CHIME CIO Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium™ curriculum focuses on the most pressing issues facing covered entities and business associates today as defined by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and responds to the intensifying focus on Risk Analysis and Risk Management. A faculty of nationally recognized, fully credentialed experts guide attendees through security risk analysis fundamentals while sharing key insights, hard-won lessons learned and practical tools. Upon completion of the program, you will understand the fundamentals in cyber liability risk, risk analysis, risk management, business associate management and much more. These informative sessions will assist you in establishing, implementing and maturing your information and cyber risk management program. LEARN MORE
    Session 3 Learning Objectives:

    How to Implement a Strong, Proactive Business Associate Risk Management Program
    - Describe who is a business associate and who isn’t
    - Explain why managing business associates is important
    - Explain the expansion of the ‘chain of trust’ in healthcare
    - Cite and explain the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule contractual requirements for business associates
    - Explain the risk rating concept and process for business associates
    - Develop a business associate management program checklist
    - Describe the benefits of a business associate management program

    How to Adopt the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)
    - Learn the seven steps to implement the NIST CSF
    - Harness the power of NIST and five international open standards
    - Change the conversation of cybersecurity and information risk management using an understandable tool
    - Understand the benefits of the NIST CSF so your organization can move from chaos to order, process and discipline
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    CHIME New Member Orientation- this is an interactive session with CHIME meant to give you a full overview of all the benefits associated with your CHIME membership.    

    • CHIME CIO Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium™ – Post-Symposium Meet Up

    • Start: 07/12/2017 12:00 pm
    • End: 01:00 pm
    • Event Type: Webinar
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Mary Chaput, MBA, HCISPP, CIPP/US, CIPM, Chief Financial & Compliance Officer – Clearwater Compliance
      Bob Chaput, MA, CISSP, HCISPP, CRISC, CIPP/US, CEO & Founder – Clearwater Compliance
      Jon Stone, MPA, PMP, HCISPP, VP, Product Innovation – Clearwater Compliance

    • Please login or become a member to register and view archived sessions.

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    Designed for those acting as CIO, the CHIME CIO Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium™ curriculum focuses on the most pressing issues facing covered entities and business associates today as defined by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and responds to the intensifying focus on Risk Analysis and Risk Management. A faculty of nationally recognized, fully credentialed experts guide attendees through security risk analysis fundamentals while sharing key insights, hard-won lessons learned and practical tools. Upon completion of the program, you will understand the fundamentals in cyber liability risk, risk analysis, risk management, business associate management and much more. These informative sessions will assist you in establishing, implementing and maturing your information and cyber risk management program. LEARN MORE
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    Leading healthcare organizations are starting to see how a full care coordination & communication solution can improve HCAHPS scores, improve nurse & clinician retention and lower costs for IT. In this session, we want to learn how you perceive communications solutions today and how you are facilitating communication for nurses. Is secure text messaging a box you check for compliance or have you begun integrating your communications solution with the EMR, LIS, radiology, the call center & schedules. Do you know the impact that integrating your systems into a single, patient-centric platform can have on clinical workflow? What is your strategy for giving smartphones to nurses? Do you currently have any initiatives around patient secure texting?  Join this session to provide Telmediq insight into your perceptions of communication solutions today and help guide our product road map.
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    • What can be received and written back to the EMR via a secure mobile communication solution in HIPAA & joint commission compliant manner
    • How clinicians can seamlessly communicate with the entire care team, receive order updates, radiology images, lab results and securely hand-off patients from their smartphones
    • The latest patent-pending communication workflows & integrations for 2017
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    Leading healthcare organizations are starting to see how a full care coordination & communication solution can improve HCAHPS scores, improve nurse & clinician retention and lower costs for IT. In this session, we want to learn how you perceive communications solutions today and how you are facilitating communication for nurses. Is secure text messaging a box you check for compliance or have you begun integrating your communications solution with the EMR, LIS, radiology, the call center & schedules. Do you know the impact that integrating your systems into a single, patient-centric platform can have on clinical workflow? What is your strategy for giving smartphones to nurses? Do you currently have any initiatives around patient secure texting?  Join this session to provide Telmediq insight into your perceptions of communication solutions today and help guide our product road map.

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    Learning Objectives

    • What can be received and written back to the EMR via a secure mobile communication solution in HIPAA & joint commission compliant manner
    • How clinicians can seamlessly communicate with the entire care team, receive order updates, radiology images, lab results and securely hand-off patients from their smartphones
    • The latest patent-pending communication workflows & integrations for 2017
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    The journey to implement electronic physician documentation across a health system can be a struggle, but can also lead to significant increases is physician satisfaction and decreased cost. Bob Diamond, Sr VP and CIO at HealthQuest*, helped to lead his health system through a very successful electronic physician documentation implementation that focused on ease of use, cultural change, physician compliance and comprehensive reporting. The physician adoption and acceptance were beyond what the organization expected and lead to both a 400% increase in physician satisfaction (beginning at 20% based on ERC national survey and increased to 80%) and a $1.3 million decrease in transcription costs across the health system.

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    • Recognize the involvement of physicians early in the process to help them understand functionality, design, and customization to their specialties
    • Explain how an electronic physician documentation implementation must be accompanied by cultural changes to be truly effective
    • Discuss the involvement of physicians early in the process to help them understand functionality, design and customization to their specialties
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    Abstract/Overview:

    As an increasing percentage of health delivery organizations shift to either (or both) value-based reimbursement models or risk-based arrangements, new operational insights and their interpretation must be enhanced. There are contributory, public and proprietary data sources that can directly support these processes. Without leveraging these sources, converging pressures such as care delivery & payment models, enhanced patient engagement, identifying avoidable conditions and costs, system performance and data use & misuse can and will place sustainability at risk. This focus group will explore data applications available today and compare cultural and adoption barriers-faced.

     

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify & compare opportunities to leverage singular data sources to address multiple performance pressures
    • Understand uses of socioeconomic data to improve patient outreach and methods of streamlining
    • Understand the interdependencies of converging industry pressures and how to positively impact them via identity & provider data disciplines
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    Abstract/Overview:

    As an increasing percentage of health delivery organizations shift to either (or both) value-based reimbursement models or risk-based arrangements, new operational insights and their interpretation must be enhanced. There are contributory, public and proprietary data sources that can directly support these processes. Without leveraging these sources, converging pressures such as care delivery & payment models, enhanced patient engagement, identifying avoidable conditions and costs, system performance and data use & misuse can and will place sustainability at risk. This focus group will explore data applications available today and compare cultural and adoption barriers-faced.

     

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify & compare opportunities to leverage singular data sources to address multiple performance pressures
    • Understand uses of socioeconomic data to improve patient outreach and methods of streamlining
    • Understand the interdependencies of converging industry pressures and how to positively impact them via identity & provider data disciplines
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    New reimbursement regulations and increased pressure on provider organizations to measure clinical, operational and economic value are shifting how the industry thinks about connecting the flow of information from disparate vendor systems across ACOs, community hospitals and clinics. Reducing operational complexities to connect, govern, access, share and integrate the right information with the right context across different patient events establishes foundational capabilities to drive novel insights to demonstrate value. A standards-based, workflow-driven framework has the ability to streamline complex image exchange processes across hundreds of large IDNs and academic medical centers, helping provider organizations to manage their evidence strategy in the imaging space.

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    • Identify cost savings through use case driven examples
    • Apply imaging exchange implementation best practices and recognize pitfalls
    • Implement care transition strategies using image exchange as the key driver to manage the flow of information
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    The CHIME Partner Education Summit(CPES) is intended to provide CHIME Foundation firms the opportunity to become a more educated business partner to the CHIME members, not just a vendor. CPES will enable Foundation firms the opportunity to learn more about an array of topics that are impacting their customers, marketplace, and shaping the future of healthcare.
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    The Healthcare CIO Boot Camp™ is an intensive three and one-half day education program offered by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) taught by a faculty of healthcare CIO thought leaders. Combining presentations, small group discussions, case studies and interactive problem solving, participants learn the real-world skills necessary to become a successful healthcare CIO.
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    The Premier Event for Healthcare CIOs. The Forum provides valuable education programming, tailored specifically to meet the needs of CIOs and other healthcare IT executives, as well as face-to-face time with colleagues to collaborate, exchange best practices, address professional development needs and strengthen partnerships with industry associations, government agencies and service firms who share a professional interest in improving the quality, safety and cost-effectiveness of healthcare.
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