California Primary Care Association 2017 Annual Conference

California Primary Care Association 2017 Annual Conference

CPCA’s Annual Conference is the organization’s premier event providing attendees with fresh educational content, abundant networking opportunities, and access to cutting-edge expertise. This year’s event will not disappoint with renowned keynote speakers, industry tradeshow, and new, exciting features you won’t want to miss! We hope to see you there!

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NJPCA Annual Conference

There’s More to Know: When You Think, You Know Everything About HIPAA and Data Breach Risks

Adam J. Bullian, JD

September 27, 2017 11:30 AM – 4PM

Harrah’s Resort777 Harrah’s Blvd

777 Harrah’s Blvd
Atlantic City, New Jersey  08401
United States


Handleman Conference Center

10280 Old Columbia, Rd, Suite 215, Columbia, MD 21046

Tuesday, August 1, 20179:30 am —11:30 am

Come With Your Questions for This Interactive Session!

We will focus on what a healthcare organization needs to know about the ever increasing cyber security and PHI data breach risk.  In order to assist participants we will identify critical risks, and present examples and case studies to illustrate cost effective and rapid remediation policies, processes and plans that can be implemented in any organization.  Participants will leave with documents and activities that they can utilize in their organizations.

  • The current state of data security in healthcare today
  • Overview of the HIPAA security requirements
  • What are 5 Things you can do to reduce cyber data risk in your organization today
  • Completing a security risk assessment doesn’t have to be overwhelming
  • A 90 day roadmap to a secure and compliant organization
  • A few words on current cyber security hot topics
  • Case Study featuring Ross Fierman, President & Owner of Synergy Home Care
To register please click HERE

FACHC Annual Conference

Sunday, July 16, 20175:00 PM to Wednesday, July 19, 201712:00 PM EDT

The Vinoy Renaissance Hotel
501 5th Ave NE St. Petersburg Florida, 33701 United States

Happy to visit with you if you have time to drop by our booth #501

Emerging Cybersecurity Threats In Small and Medium Sized Hospitals

Panel: Emerging Cybersecurity Threats In Small and Medium Sized Hospitals: A Conversation With The FBI Cybersecurity Task Force and Industry Experts

Robert Zimmerman, QI Express, Rockville, MD and FBI Representative, FBI, Los Angeles

Privacy and Security Institute


Saturday, October 7, 2017


This session provides a unique opportunity for attendees to hear from, and interact with, a member of the FBI Cybersecurity Task Force and industry experts on current and emerging threats facing small and medium sized hospitals.  Panelists will provide insights into threats that are and will impact their organization, and industry experts will provide ideas on the best practices that can be implemented to prevent against such threats.  Finally, audience participation will be encouraged, thus providing a unique opportunity to have specific audience questions addressed by the panelists.

The objectives of this session are fourfold,

  • Provide attendees with current information on cyber threats that are impacting or could impact small and medium sized hospitals;
  • Discuss with a FBI cybersecurity expert on emerging threats to small and medium sized hospitals and best practices to limit vulnerabilities and prevent threats;
  • Dialogue with industry experts on how to safeguard patient health information in ways that are both reasonable and appropriate; and
  • Provide a forum for attendees to address their questions on cybersecurity risks and best practices to the panelists.

The Essentials of Auditing and Managing Business Associates

Privacy and Security Institute


Saturday, October 7, 2017

Adam Bullian, JD QI Express

Hospital networks are growing and are becoming more reliant on vendors to delivery critical business services. As the chain of patient information grows, the risks to the hospitals also grows. Thus, hospitals need to be proactive about who they allow access to patient information, and how their Business Associates protect information.  This presentation will provide practical steps that hospitals of all size can take to validate and manage the safeguards Business Associates employ to protect patient information.

  1. Determine when it is appropriate to exercise the right to audit Business Associates or what type of Business Associate management is appropriate for your organization;
  2. Discuss tools to effectively include the right to audit or other management activities in the Business Associate Agreement;
  3. Explain when or what should trigger an audit of a Business Associate;
  4. Discuss the best practices of auditing a Business Associate; and
  5. Evaluate the next steps after an audit of a Business Associate and how the management of the Business Associate may change.