In other industries Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is about protecting sensitive data like intellectual property and meeting compliance requirements. In healthcare, where according to a Ponemon report breaches have grown over 32%, DLP can deliver compelling business value by enabling practices to embrace Electronic Healthcare Records (EHRs) and Health Information Exchange (HIE) securely.
This webinar will explore the security potential in Healthcare IT and how effective risk-based controls can help with DLP implementation.
RecordedApr 5 201249 mins
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As data breaches are becoming more prevalent, and more organizations are becoming targets for malicious attacks, the stakes are especially high for the healthcare industry.
Join this presentation to learn about the current cybersecurity threats and the tactics for defense organizations need to deploy for early detection and incident response. Mac McMillan, CEO and co-founder of CynergisTek will illustrate what an attack looks like, the phases of the hack, and how to use technology as well as policy to aid in detection, and then how to construct a disciplined incident response process. Lastly, learn how all of this should be integrated into a comprehensive information security strategy.
Stephen Wu, of Counsel - Silicon Valley Law Group and Max Ball, Manager, Contact Center Product Marketing, 8x8
If your phones and other communications services lack proper security you may be exposed to the threat of fines, or worse yet, a serious breach. Don’t get caught off guard. Make sure you are fully compliant with HIPAA rules and regulations.
•Learn why communications security is an increasing concern for healthcare organizations
•Learn what to look for in a secure unified communications system
•Learn why a business associate agreement from your communications provider is important
Did you know it's your responsibility to verify the compliance of your communications vendors as well as yourself? Find out what this entails and much more during our live webinar.
Martin Rosner, Standardization Officer, Philips, David Slik, Co-Chair, SNIA Cloud Storage TWG, Alex McDonald, Chair SNIA CSI
Healthcare privacy and data protection regulations are among the most stringent of any industry. Join this Webcast to learn how healthcare organizations can securely share health data across different cloud services. Hear experts explore how Encrypted Objects and Delegated Access Control Extensions to the Cloud Data Management Interface (CDMI) standard permits objects to freely and securely move between clouds and clients with enhanced security and auditability.
•Protecting health data from alteration or disclosure
•How Cloud Encrypted Objects work
•How Delegated Access Control works
•CDMI for Electronic Medical Records (EMR) applications
•Healthcare use cases for implementing securely sharing data in the cloud
Richard Izzo, Biomedical Engineer at The Jacobs Institute, Inc.
3D Printing is a compelling new technology which is revolutionising cardiac interventions, in many areas,including especially, congenital heart disease, and surgical planning for valve replacements, customised to each individual patient. Some say actual 3D Printed Heart is on the horizon!
Gary Monk, Senior Vice President - Digital, Strategy and Innovation - Havas Health / H4B Chelsea
Health innovations including wearables, sensors, big data analytics and 'behavior changing' applications and devices are ubiquitous. These technologies promise so much yet are they really benefiting the healthcare consumer? And what does the future look like? This presentation highlights some real world examples of this technology in use today and some insights into what the future may hold.
Tim Ringrose, CEO M3 EU; Paul Mannu, Behavioural Insights Specialist, Cello Health Insight & Paul Tunnah, CEO, Pharmaphorum
So, we are finally at a point where with some certainty we can confirm we are in a digital world (this may have been true for some years in most industries – but is certainly truer in healthcare than ever before)… which means in terms of innovation within sales, within marketing, even within communicating effectively – digital is at the heart of making things work better.
What does this mean for pharma, is our industry keeping pace, ahead of the curve or playing catch-up – what does this mean in terms of how pharma interacts with its customers, particularly doctors – who are ever more connected digitally with their customers – patients…. What do they need?
This webinar brings together three leading industry experts – who will discuss, present practical insight and debate on the following topics:
1. Innovate or fail - the reality of engagement in a digital world
2. How is the doctor patient relationship changing in the evolving digital healthcare environment?
3. Why physicians need pharma to be more innovative in its communications.
4. The three tenets of digital: differentiation, intervention and communication
John Bennett MD, creator of www.internetmedicine.com
Google is a major contributor to Healthcare in many areas. Perhaps the biggest is "Dr. Google" where the patients searches for medical information about symptoms or conditions. In addition, Google has been a major contributor in the area of Medical Devices, as well as to the creation of medical communities, such as Genomics. Join John Bennett in this exciting webinar to discover all Google innovations in healthcare and discuss the importance of tech giants in building better experiences in this area.
Speaker bio: John Bennett MD, is an ex-ER Doctor, creator of the website www.InternetMedicine.com, and self-professed Geek, who rediscovered his passion for Medicine once computers became useful.
Gareth Hall, Director, Business Development, U.S. Public Sector – Healthcare
With the increase in usage of mobile devices, and with mandates to use electronic health records systems, clinicians sometimes report a drop in their productivity. Microsoft has been working with healthcare organizations to help identify the right processes and technology, to help clinicians to respond and interact with their patients effectively, enter patient documentation during patient appointments, and increase efficiencies.
Pharmaceutical companies play an ever increasing role in the treatment and prevention of illnesses. Many leading Pharma companies depend on third-party organizations, like the Almac Group, to help conduct testing, research and trials to improve the overall drug development process.
Almac is a global leader in contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing services, and recently deployed scriptless test automation to improve its core business application testing in support of its overall business agility goals.
This session will focus on how Almac and TurnKey Solutions partnered to successfully shorten test cycles and improve test outcomes - supporting more rapid deployment cycles for core applications and end-to-end business critical processes.
Shauna Quinn, Software Test Manager for Almac, will share recent results and 4 lessons learned in Almac’s implementation of scriptless test automation, including:
How to build a better alternative to manual testing methods, which for Almac, previously took 20 people and 12 weeks to run
How to streamline operations and shrink testing cycles from multiple weeks to only 3-4 days
How automation helped to quickly and easily validate core business systems using a comprehensive regression suite
How this intuitive software provided a solid testing strategy moving forward
New stories of massive HIPAA breaches continue to spring up almost daily. Whether caused by oversight or negligence, fines, lawsuits, and the impact on reputation represent very real threats. Join this webinar to learn the value new communications technologies can provide and how to ensure your patient data and your business remain protected and compliant under HIPAA law.
While cost is a primary "c" driving the adoption of object-based cloud solutions in the life sciences, compute, capacity, and collaboration may all be bigger incentives. In this webinar, we'll examine how to use an Avere Hybrid Cloud NAS infrastructure to gain big benefits in areas like genomics research, personalized medicine, drug discovery, imaging, and other data analysis applications.
• Compute - Building production environments in the compute cloud without rewriting existing applications
• Capacity - Modernizing storage archives and disaster recovery by adding object storage for durability while leveraging existing on-premises NAS
• Collaboration - Using the cloud t o safely and securely share data globally
• Cost - Using cloud to lower overall costs to keep pace with fast-growing demands of research initiatives
What is HIPAA? What information is protected by HIPAA? Do we have to sign Business Associate Agreements with our vendors? All of these questions and more answered on this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, 8 HIPAA FAQs for Businesses. Join Carlo Tapia, Product Marketing Manager at eFolder, as he takes you through commonly asked questions, an overview of HIPAA, the costs associated with HIPAA violations, and how to protect sensitive patient health information. Business influencers and IT admins will appreciate this 45-minute introduction to the stringent regulations of HIPAA.
Technology can do amazing and complex things, especially in this day and age. But, sometimes modern technology can be applied to solve simple, relatable everyday challenges with fantastic results. Listen in to learn how today's cutting edge IoT & wearables technology can be deployed to drive significant business results including vast improvements in customer service, patient health care, and more. The opportunity is upon us to revolutionize service ethics across many industries in ways unavailable to us before IoT & wearables converged in these simple ways.
Hear use cases in:
Some of the most critical data required to solve analytical problems in the healthcare and life sciences world lack the type of keys that we rely on so heavily in other domains. This session will focus on solutions to the fundamental data connectivity challenges in this area and how to enable impactful analytics on a few high value but disconnected healthcare data sources.
Eric Wicklund, Editor, mHealth News & Niel Levonius, RingCentral
Recent research reveals that care providers are using mobile technologies to enhance care coordination and improve patient satisfaction.
Are you and your IT team equipped to support mHealth easily and affordably?
Join Eric Wicklund, editor of mHealth News and Niel Levonius of RingCentral for this informative 20 minute presentation on trends in cutting edge healthcare communication technology from secure BYOD communications to advanced care coordination platforms. You will learn how:
IT can support healthcare providers to improve outcomes with real-time, secured mobile communications
Mobile, cloud platforms can facilitate care provider and patient engagement
IT can leverage communications solutions that minimize maintenance time and costs
Deploying new patient record systems is more than just servers, networking, and storage. Specialized software applications, compliance and secure data management all need to be considered. Traditional technology vendors all offer partial solutions but you’re left with the hard work. Join Chris Bukowski, Product Manager from NexGen Storage to learn about a better way to deploy patient record systems that include new value-driven data management capabilities that ensure a superior end user experience.
Based on recent research by analyst Bob Larrivee of AIIM, this webinar will address how organizations can leverage technology to identify, evaluate and optimize business processes to increase operational efficiency.
Join us as we explore:
- Drivers for problem-solving, tracking KPIs, process failures and workflow management
- How technology can reduce errors and exceptions that lead to lost business and non-compliance
- Increasing visibility to optimize processes, reduce costs and deliver a superior customer experience
Skip Snow, Senior Healthcare Analyst, Forrester, Gil Vidals, CEO, VM Racks & Eric Rife, Sales Engineer Director, Nexenta
Global health crises are making headlines daily and the medical industry’s ability to respond effectively depends on rapid access to data storage for archival and analysis. Data management has always been a healthcare challenge; today’s data stores are growing exponentially, and the requirement for responsiveness is accelerating.
Join this presentation to hear from industry expert Skip Snow of Forrester Research on the big trends in healthcare data management and Eric Rife, subject matter expert from Nexenta on the compelling Software Defined Storage solutions to meet these requirements. VM Racks CEO Gil Vidals will continue the conversation by showcasing how SDS helps meet HIPAA compliance and healthcare’s unique requirements.
Attend to learn more about:
- The unique challenges of data management in healthcare, the importance of communication across the continuum of care, and why infrastructure is key
- Why storage is increasingly burdensome to healthcare organizations, how to drive down the complexity and cost of solutions, and the positive impact on response time
- How Software Defined Storage solutions help healthcare organizations get to solutions faster, with hardware that is easier to procure
- Why HIPAA compliance hosting provider VM Racks chose SDS to support delivery of rapid, reliable, cloud-based healthcare solutions to its public sector customers
If your healthcare company does not have a disaster recovery plan in place, you are putting your business, customers and data at risk. Fire, flooding, hurricanes, power failure, theft, cyber attacks and more can all have devastating effects. If your company cannot afford the downtime, loss of revenue and productivity associated with a disaster, be it natural or manmade, now is the time to form a disaster recovery/business continuity plan that leverages a data center provider to maintain your IT operations.
Join OnRamp’s Founder Chad Kissinger for this 45-minute presentation and Q&A on disaster recovery, and learn how to create a plan for 100% uptime.
Ed Gray, Principal, eGray Matters LLC and Alex Dibeler, BI Technology Expert, Altosoft
Every insurer has business intelligence (BI) tools in place, but many carriers find that traditional BI is no longer enough. Today's faster speed of business, more complex processes, and increasing compliance and E&O exposures require that insurers take advantage of process intelligence – advanced analytics providing a new, deeper level of insight down to the business process level – step by step, system to system, from start to finish.
In this webinar, discover how process intelligence goes far beyond legacy BI to pinpoint potential issues in your underwriting, claims and other key processes, allowing you to achieve new business excellence and success:
- Underwrite more lucrative business opportunities through optimized “triage” of new risks
- Minimize error rates and exceptions in underwriting and claims processing that lead to lost business, non-compliance and higher costs
- Ensure compliance with external regulations and internal policies with new actionable data visualizations
- Do all of this and more with no BPM or process modeling tools required
This webinar features Ed Gray, a 30-year veteran of the insurance industry who's risen to C-level positions and provided leadership in IT and business operations. Through his consulting business, Mr. Gray now helps insurance carriers and solution providers develop the vision, strategy, architecture and practical programs of initiatives to transform themselves and their market positioning and effectiveness. His experience has allowed him to see what does - and does not - deliver real value to the insurance organization.
As a wise person once said, a man with one watch knows what time it is, a man with two isn't so sure. Despite the myriad of tools at our disposal in the SOC, how do you accurately identify and triage security Events, escalate those that need it to the status of Incident, and mange them through remediation or response effectively? Join Intel and (ISC)2 on September 29, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern as we bring a panel of SOC operational experts to discuss strategies and opportunities to orchestrate SOC operations for peak performance.
When applications and desktops are delivered over Citrix, the Citrix administration team becomes the front-line for responding to complaints about slow performance. But more than 60 percent of the time, the root cause of the problem lies outside of the Citrix environment.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how wire data analytics can enable Citrix administrators to not only see end-user experience for ICA sessions, but also dig into application and infrastructure performance to uncover the real reason for slowdowns.
Childhood cancer and pediatric cancer are general terms used to describe a wide range of neoplasms found in children and teenagers. Occurring in approximately 1 in 300 people under the age of 20, compared to 1 in 6 adults, pediatric cancers are more rare than adult cancers. Because less is known about pediatric cancers, diagnosis can be quite challenging for pathologists.
This presentation covers the basic science, as well as facts and statistics about pediatric cancer. We will discuss how the utility of immunohistochemical testing along with the application of novel antibodies can contribute to accurate diagnosis and survival rates of pediatric cancer patients.
Did you attend VMworld 2016? If so, then let us summarize the top trends we observed at the show and compare notes with you.
Missed the event? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Join us as we cover the top trends and highlights of the news and interesting tidbits from VMworld. It’s the next best thing to being there!
Surveys show that 61% of companies have experienced slow applications after server virtualization with 77% pointing to I/O problems as the culprit. So, companies are desperately trying to improve their I/O performance.
This brings up the question of what measure should IT departments use to evaluate storage products’ performance.
The most common performance measurement is IOPS. But, is this the best metric? IOPS is dependent on a number of issues including, the type of workload being simulated, read/write percentages, sequent/random percentages and block size.
Most importantly, IOPS doesn’t indicate the response time.
So, what metric should be used to measure I/O performance?
In this webinar, we’ll discuss Latency Curves, which show the response time the application sees as the storage product deals with more and more I/O (measured by IOPS). This measure will help you understand why some storage products can claim high number of IOPS but still perform poorly when they run into peak demand.
The ImageStream® and FlowSight® are multispectral imaging flow cytometers that generates high resolution images of cells at a rate of 1000’s of cells per second. This allows for the rapid acquisition of tens of thousands of images per sample. Using the IDEAS® image analysis software, the system calculates features based not only on fluorescence intensity but the morphology of that fluorescence as well. This novel approach is able to seamlessly combine the quantitative power of flow cytometry with the high content information associated with microscopy. The system can collect data on a wide range of applications including nuclear localization during a signal transduction cascade, measuring colocalization of two probes, or quantify features on the phagocytosed particles in macrophages.
In this interview with Dark Reading at Blackhat 2016, Brian Gillooly and Roger Thorton discuss the latest update to AlienVault's threat sharing community of over twenty thousand users, Open Threat Exchange (OTX).