October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Throughout the month we will be asking our experts to help us navigate cybersecurity in healthcare. This week they are coming clean on the topic of cyber hygiene. Follow all month at #BeCyberSmart.Read More
Register Today! June 22nd at 2:00 pm ET – This webinar will bring together executives Lee Barrett and Michael Parisi from two healthcare security powerhouses – EHNAC and HITRUST – for a crucial discussion on assuring the privacy and security of all stakeholders within healthcare’s interoperability ecosystem.
Recorded February 2022 – ICYMI- Watch our virtual round table discussion with industry leaders from The Sequoia Project, CommonWell, EHNAC, and Dedalus on the impact of TEFCA on healthcare providers.
Interoperability thirteen years in. 2021 did bring us the information blocking final rule and pandemic is still looming over healthcare and delivery. As always the health IT community continues to be bullish on interoperability solutions, but will we get there in 2022?
By Lee Barrett – National Cybersecurity Awareness Month continues to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation. This is critical for the healthcare industry as organizations look to develop and maintain a high level of stakeholder trust when it comes to privacy and security.
In response to the HIPAA Safe Harbor Law, enacted on January 5, 2021, EHNAC’s Lee Barrett outlines the ruling and its impact, as well as discusses the benefits for companies employing recognized security practices.
ICYMI -Watch the recording of two privacy and security experts examine key provisions outlined in the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Including what healthcare providers can expect under the new Biden administration including steps to take in preparation for the final rule.
Although the pandemic did draw back the curtain on yet another reason why this is so essential to the future of healthcare. Compliance of the final information blocking rule has been pushed out but the industry still seems bullish on solutions. Here is what we might see in 2021.
By Lee Barrett – The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the healthcare industry as we know it – from the physical way care is administered to the adoption of emerging technologies used to triage and monitor those infected.