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FairWarning Executive Series Webinar

The average healthcare system has an average of 16 distinct EMRs, plus dozens of clinical and specialty applications. That makes it difficult to achieve optimal patient care and trust unless healthcare interoperability is a priority. But how can privacy and security professionals overcome interoperability challenges, including legal, regulatory, and security concerns?

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For two systems to be interoperable, they must be able to exchange data and present that data so a user understands it. The benefits of interoperability are many: reduced medical errors, improved patient care, stronger data privacy and security, better population health, increased productivity, saved time, and reduced costs. But there are also interoperability challenges.

On this webinar, John Signorino, Chief Privacy Officer for Geisinger Health System, and Rick Duvall, Chief Information Security Architect of Loma Linda University Medical Center, discuss their organizations’ approaches and journey toward interoperability, including:

  • How to approach interoperability and develop a framework for success
  • How to navigate varying laws and regulations on patient data exchange
  • How to develop a comprehensive understanding of where PHI is held and what can be securely shared
  • How privacy, security, and compliance can partner together to achieve interoperability that meets the organizations needs both today and in the future
  • Privacy and security benefits and challenges when embarking on interoperability

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Speakers

John Signorino

John Signorino, JD CISM CHC, is the Chief Privacy Officer at Geisinger Health, an integrated healthcare delivery system with over 30,000 employees. Previously, he served as the Privacy and Security Official at Kaiser Permanente Insurance Company and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Prior to specializing in privacy compliance, Mr. Signorino was in private practice as an attorney for over 10 years, specializing in healthcare, medical malpractice, employment law, and complex litigation.

Rick Duvall

As Chief Information Security Architect, Rick Duvall is responsible for the technical security of Loma Linda University Health's (LLUH) networks and systems. He also assists the CISO with policy development and implementation. Rick currently manages LLUH's Information Security Operations team. He has presented at the EPIC XGM conference, and will be presenting again this year on the topic of the use of SIEMs in healthcare. Rick has been with LLUH for 22 years, plus two-and-a-half years as a consultant.

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