An Ethical Use of Electronics, EHR, and e-Anything
Essentially working to try to cover E everything that applies to your clinical work. We will give you the questions to ask your IT people, because you should not implicitly trust them, because the law will hold you accountable more than them. We will first cover the general principles of electronic compliances as laid forth in HIPAA. We will then discuss how this applies to your desktop/laptop/iPads and smart devices, other electronic equipment such as routers and modems. We also cover the use of email, secure mail and your EHR/EMR. We will discuss the pros and cons of using the cloud for your data storage and EHR/EMR. Knowing what a HIPAA compliant data center looks like. Principles in the use of encryption and passwords and other security principles will also be covered.
Why should you attend: Unless you are 100% sure you've thought through every angle of your patient's electronic PHI and you sleep like a baby never concerned about this then you need to attend. If you have any questions about the details of what electronic compliance looks like and how it's applied in day-to-day clinical and business activities, interactions with vendors, EHR/EMR, your relationship with your ISP and IT providers, use of all electronic devices, then this workshop is for you. It also gives you principles to apply in new situations which are likely to arise frequently. If you wrote the book on this it would be out of date in 24 hours, so what's important is to learn how to think about these things and use your resources to stay ahead of the game.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- HIPAA electronic compliance
- Secure use of EHR/EMR
- Email and secure mail use
- Encryption and password security principles
- Interfacing with the public
- Interfacing with vendors such as ISPs and other telecommunication companies
- Cloud use
- How to know your data center is safe
- Any Healthcare Provider using Electronics for Manipulating PHI
- IT People who want to Learn how to talk Healthcare and Concerns that Providers have