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    Hospitals and clinicians are required to make available patient data via application programming interfaces (APIs). According to a proposed rule published in March, HL7's Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) will be the required API. Specifically, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has proposed requiring various FHIR releases; however, many in the industry (including CHIME) are supporting Release 4, the American National Standard Institute’s approved standard, as many in the industry believe Release 4 will better support interoperability. This proposal builds on existing requirements that you deploy APIs as part of your 2015 Certification, a requirement that became effective this year. Join this webinar with our guest speakers from HL7 and the Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS) to give you an update of things in store for 2020 and how you can begin preparing now.
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    What key threats are emerging? What strategies and paradigms do we need to embrace? In this dynamic and fast-moving presentation, John Gomez will provide a series of insights into what you should be considered as part of your 2020 Cybersecurity strategy. During the presentation, John will illustrate the need for cybersecurity metrics, possible approaches to economic planning, emerging threats, and challenges. Regardless of where you stand on your 2020 Cybersecurity plan, this is a presentation that you don’t want to miss. Learning Objectives:
    • What do you need for cybersecurity metrics?
    • Emerging threats
    • 5G and Security

    • Start: 02/05/2020 12:00pm
    • End: 01:00pm
    • Event Type: AEHIS LIVE
    • Session Speaker(s):

      Kenneth Bradberry, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, The HCI Group

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    5G is a transformational cellular technology that will increase speed, latency and the ability to connect vast amounts of IoT devices that include consumer and clinical devices, wearables and sensors that can provide new insight into the health and wellness of consumers. With these new capabilities, we now have a widely expanded attack surface area that will increase exponentially. How the healthcare industry prepares for this increase risk will be critical to the success of 5G and the advancement of healthcare services. This session is designed to address these issues and provide healthcare IT leaders the information necessary to prepare their organization for 5G and beyond. Learning Objectives:
    • Recognizing Threats
    • Identifying the Vulnerabilities
    • Mitigating the Risk