Four Billion dollars. 2,100 lives. These are the costs of a healthcare data breach this year according to studies by Vanderbilt University and Black Book Research. When patient privacy and safety are at risk in the event of a security incident, it’s not enough to tick off boxes on a compliance checklist to ensure that a health system’s most valuable asset — patient data — remains safe. It’s essential to have a patient privacy monitoring program in place to prevent and mitigate a data breach.
Join Iliana Peters, Shareholder at Polsinelli and former Acting Deputy Director of the OCR, Anne Kimbol, Assistant General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at HITRUST, and Ed Holmes, Chief Executive Officer at FairWarning, for FairWarning’s Executive Series Webinar, “7 Ways to Save 2,100 Lives and $4 Billion with Patient Privacy Monitoring.”
Register now to reveal the seven steps healthcare organizations can take to build a world-class patient privacy monitoring program that enables your organization to:
- Assess risks within your organization
- Train users on how to safely handle patient data
- Prevent cybersecurity incidents that put patient safety in jeopardy
- Root out insider threats
- Build a culture of privacy where everyone works together to protect patient data