What is the impact of AI technologies on HIPAA, BAs and SRAs? Find out this Wednesday at our Virtual Panel Discussion on developing a framework for the responsible use and implementation of AI.Read More
Wednesday, April 7, 2021 2:00 pm ET – This presentation brings two industry leaders to the table to discuss changes to HIPAA and how they align or don’t align, with overarching privacy trends, as well as how those changes can be implemented in the health care environment.
Lee Kim, Director, Privacy and Security for HIMSS North America, joins us on our next HIPAA Chat to share her insights on the topic of cyber security and discuss some of the results of a recent survey conducted by HIMSS.
By Lee Kim – Data breaches are happening with increasing frequency. There may even be breaches that have occurred, which you may not have heard about. Many companies rely on their attorneys to help them make the decision on whether or not to report a breach.
By Lee Kim – In healthcare, the number and volume of the breaches are ever increasing. For many of these breaches, phishing is the initial point of compromise. The human tends to be the weakest link and so hackers tend to exploit the low hanging fruit. Much of the information which is exfiltrated ends up on the black market (e.g., medical identity information, intellectual property, financial information, etc.).