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    In this talk, we will review several high-profile cyber-attacks and trends in 2020 impacting healthcare organizations. Specifically, we will discuss how cybersecurity incidents affect patient care and the potential legal implications stemming from cyber-attacks, incident readiness and event handling. We will examine why the time to recover services was critical with incident readiness and response preparation vital to remediation efforts. Our speakers will also discuss the role of cybersecurity insurance in healthcare and tips on how to use it successfully.
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    With the rapid adoption of digital health, clinicians and healthcare organizations have access to more data than ever before, and that onslaught of information can inform even smarter tech, such as AI, chatbots and more. But this transformation comes with its fair share of questions: What will be expected of clinicians now that they have even more resources to assist with patient care? How can we ensure that patient data is used effectively and ethically? John Halamka, MD, MS, President of Mayo Clinic Platform, will walk attendees through the new norm of virtual care, what it means for the future, and how we can troubleshoot the potential issues ahead. These sessions are open to leaders at provider organizations and sponsors of individual sessions only.
    Thanks to our session sponsor
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    Innovation wasn’t born overnight – at least until 2020 hit. This year, Healthcare organizations have managed to accelerate, embrace, and implement years’ worth of health technology innovation in a matter of months. With that came a shift in Information Security planning – everything from the agility of resourcing to managing the capabilities of your existing security operations teams. So, with 2021 around the corner, can we maintain this “innovation momentum”? Join us for a candid session as security practitioners discuss:
    • Best practices to help adjust the SOC function (for the foreseeable future)
    • New architectures pertaining to data fingerprinting, behavioral analysis & identity management
    • Common frameworks that can help us move the innovation needle forward
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    It's clear we're in the midst of rapid disruption and digital transformation within the healthcare world. While these advances are exciting, they come with their fair share of challenges and opportunities. Join us as we hear Scott Powder, Chief Digital Strategy Officer at Advocate Aurora Health, give his take on the challenges healthcare organizations face with transforming their way of doing business in the midst of the COVID era. These sessions are open to leaders at provider organizations and sponsors of individual sessions only.
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    An increasing supply chain of third-party vendors puts healthcare providers at risk of data breaches, disruption to care and patient harm. This focus group will explore discuss how to build an effective governance and third-party risk strategy that spans Clinicians, Supply Chain, IT and Compliance, including best practices for roles, responsibilities, efficient cross-departmental processes, assessments, risk analysis, remediation, workflow automation, vendor management, tool selection, and reporting.