Don’t miss this great webinar… “Better Connected Means Better Protected Healthcare”


Healthcare organizations must ensure that appropriate, strong, and effective safeguards for health information are in place, especially as interoperability increases the exchange of sensitive data. Additionally, these organizations need to have greater transparency into the business practices of entities that use their data, particularly those that are not covered by the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules.

However, proper healthcare data security must also accommodate clinician access to data and ease of use. Guidance and technical assistance should be issued to address adoption, meaningful use, interoperability barriers, and program integrity safeguards. Clinicians must understand how to access data without exposing PHI. Moreover, privacy and security solutions need to be agile enough to adapt quickly to new demands and new security threats.

In the webcast, attendees will gain insight about the following topics:
•  How healthcare security measures could impact clinician access to data
•  Why healthcare organizations need the right combination of physical, administrative and technical safeguards
•  How HIPAA compliance affects the security measures required at healthcare organizations
•  How organizations can keep their security options agile to best adapt to an evolving industry

Register Today!

Date: Thursday, December 11, 2014

Time: 01:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Michael Archuleta, BSIT
Director of IT | PACS Administrator | HIPAA Security Officer
Mt. San Rafael Hospital

Michael Archuleta is an innovative leader who is passionate about leveraging technology to enhance the patient and provider experience. He has demonstrated a consistent record of success in leading departments and is responsible for the planning, acquisition, implementation and management of health care information technology, clinical technology and the origination, communication and management of health care information across the continuum of care. Michael possesses strong leadership skills with a proven track record of high integrity customer relationship skills and expert problem-solving approaches. He offers expert skills in team building, working across cross functional organizations and program management skills. Michael has a keen ability to review project requirements and define roles and responsibilities to ensure successful on-time completion of projects while demonstrating hands-on leadership traits.

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