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    Artificial intelligence is being proclaimed as the next big thing to transform the future of healthcare. But is it real or just a fad? Come listen to Tanuj Gupta, Physician Executive of Clinical Intelligence at Cerner, as he describes practical ways of using intelligence, big data, and workflow applications to create continuous improvement in the clinical, operational, and financial outcomes of populations.

    ​Objective:

    Definition of what AI / machine learning / virtual assistant is from a EMR perspective…examples and current use case

    Explore areas of potential patient safety, revenue generation, provider efficient that these technologies

    How to keep educated on the future technologies and where to explore pilot / full deployment projects

    Explore AI in clinical integration and performance measurement

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    A recent industry report found that on average healthcare only had an average 45% conformance with the NIST CSF controls. Join this Live event to hear David Finn of CynergisTek provide an overview of some of the trends from this groundbreaking report and what we can do to improve as an industry.

     

    Learning Objectives:

    Identify what types of healthcare organizations had the highest and lowest conformance ratings.

     

    Analyze the scores across all five Core Elements of NIST CST to identify which controls healthcare is most in conformance with and which ones need the most improvement.

     

    Strategize how we as an industry can improve our conformance with NIST CSF and improve our readiness to respond to a cyber event.

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    A comprehensive overview of the Association for Executives in Healthcare Information Security (AEHIS) for new members and existing members alike. Membership Director Zach Donisch will cover AEHIS' mission and direction, the "who's who" of the AEHIS team, and the major membership benefits and ways to access them.

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    Designed for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), the AEHIS CISO 2018 Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium™ curriculum covers the use and practical application of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, the NIST process for managing information security risk (based on NIST SP 800-39) and adopting a maturity model to address today’s continuously evolving healthcare providers and their business partners.    A faculty of nationally-recognized, highly-credentialed experts guide attendees through information risk management fundamentals while sharing key insights, hard-won lessons learned and practical tools. Upon completion of the Symposium™, you will understand the fundamentals in cyber liability risk, risk analysis, risk management, business associate management, adoption of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and much more. These five (5) informative 2-hour sessions will assist you in establishing, implementing and maturing your cyber risk management program.

    Instructional Modules:           

    HIPAA 101 (prerequisite)
    1. How to Establish an Effective Cyber Risk Management Program
    2. How to Calculate the Cost of a Data Breach and Secure The Budget For Your Information Risk Management Program
    3. The Critical Difference: HIPAA Security Evaluation vs. HIPAA Security Risk Analysis
    4. How to Frame Your NIST-based IRM Program
    5. How to Conduct NIST-based Risk Assessment to Comply with Federal Regulations
    6. How to Conduct NIST-based Risk Management to Comply with Federal Regulations
    7. How to Implement a Strong, Proactive Business Associate Risk Management Program
    8. How to Monitor Your NIST-based Risk Management Program to Comply with Federal Regulations
    9. How to Mature your IRM Program
    10. Now what? – Program Summary and Action Planning
    ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
    • All registrants will receive:
      • Access to recorded versions of each session
      • Copies of all Presentation Materials
      • A full set of information risk management supplemental materials
      • 30 days of free expert mentorship for ongoing support