Veriphyr CEO Invited by HealthCare Compliance Association (HCCA) to Explain How to Detect Patient Data Privacy Breaches

Webinar will Cover Alternatives for Monitoring and Reporting on Impermissible Use as well as Guidelines for Choosing the Right Approach

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--()--Veriphyr:

WHO:    

Alan Norquist, CEO and Founder of Veriphyr, is an expert in data privacy, compliance, confidentiality and security for healthcare and other industries. Norquist co-founded IT transformation consulting firm Cambridge Technology Partners (acquired by Novell). He also served as vice president of marketing for Web application and database security leader Imperva (NASDAQ: IMPV). Previously, he held vice president of marketing roles at Trovix (acquired by Monster), as well as management positions at Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle).

 
WHAT: The HIPAA Security Rule sets forth information system review and audit control provisions requiring covered entities and business associates to implement procedures to regularly and proactively review records of information system activity (e.g., audit logs, access reports, and security incident tracking reports), as well as hardware, software and/or procedural mechanisms that record and examine activity in information systems that contain or use electronic protected health information (ePHI). Last year, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued guidance and announced a $5.5M settlement against a hospital, making it clear that it views proactive audit controls as an essential element of HIPAA Privacy compliance. In this webinar, Alan will cover:
 

- Recent changes in the regulatory and legal landscape that are driving the requirement for proactive patient privacy

- The differences between impermissible use of patient data and a privacy breach

- The role of proactive detection

- Alternative models for proactive privacy breach detection

- The advantages of each approach

- How to assess which approach is best suited for your organization

 
WHERE: Webinar delivered to your device.
 
WHEN: Tuesday, June 26 at 1 PM Eastern Daylight Time (A recording of the webinar is also available from HCCA)
 
HOW:

To schedule a conversation with Mr. Norquist, please contact Marc Gendron at marc@mgpr.net or 781-237-0341

 

About The Health Care Compliance Association
The Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) is a 501(c)(6) member-based association for compliance professionals in the healthcare provider field. HCCA was established in 1996 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, and provides training, certification, networking, and other resources to over 12,000 members. They include compliance officers and staff from a wide range of organizations, including hospitals, research facilities, clinics, and technology service providers. It also includes providers to the compliance community.

About Veriphyr
Veriphyr uses advanced data analytics to proactively detect and report impermissible use of patient data by employees, contractors and anyone with access to clinical or business applications. By understanding the unique operations of a healthcare organization, Veriphyr automatically determines the job duties of each user to accurately detect and report on impermissible access activity that is outside their role and places patient privacy at risk. The Veriphyr HIPAA privacy compliance solution delivers the information healthcare organizations need, when they need it to maintain regulatory compliance and ensure patient data confidentiality. For more information, visit www.veriphyr.com.

Contacts

Editorial:
Marc Gendron Public Relations
Marc Gendron, 781-237-0341
marc@mgpr.net

Release Summary

Veriphyr CEO will explain alternatives for monitoring and reporting on impermissible use of protected health information in webinar for HCCA members.

Contacts

Editorial:
Marc Gendron Public Relations
Marc Gendron, 781-237-0341
marc@mgpr.net