LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare organizations across the U.S. are struggling to protect the
Lord's presentation, "Healthcare's Crisis of Trust: The Past, Present and Future of Health Data Privacy," discusses the current health data breach landscape with attention given to the specific challenges vulnerable patient populations face in the wake of a breach. The presentation focuses on advances in privacy monitoring, including strategies that use artificial intelligence to audit every access to health data to detect and eliminate inappropriate user behavior in hospitals.
"The protection of underserved, highly vulnerable patients is a mission that means a great deal to Protenus, going back to the very origins of our company," stated Lord. "My hope is that by highlighting opportunities for improvement in how we protect the sensitive medical information of our most vulnerable patients, the healthcare industry can begin to implement solutions, and build trust with all the patients we serve."
With 1 in 12 hospitals experiencing a breach in 2016, vulnerable populations, a group of patients who receive poor outcomes due to systematic challenges associated with their race, age, sensitive diagnosis, socioeconomic status, or other factors, continue to be at higher risk and have compounded ramifications when their health data is breached.
HCCA provides forums across the country for local compliance professionals to interact, share information about their healthcare organization's compliance successes and challenges, and create educational opportunities for compliance professionals, with the goal of strengthening compliance in healthcare.
To register or learn more about Robert's presentation, visit the HCCA website.
Nov. 3, 20178:30-9:30 a.m.University of Louisville, Shelby Campus
Protenus is a healthcare compliance analytics platform that uses the latest big data techniques and Protenus-led advances in data science, machine learning, visualization, and software engineering to detect and eliminate inappropriate activity in hospital, insurers, and health information exchanges to help healthcare organization build trust with their patients. The Protenus platform uniquely understands the clinical behavior and context of each person accessing patient data to determine the appropriateness of each action, elevating only true threats to privacy and security. Protenus and its partner health systems are fundamentally improving the way hospitals protect their patient data—further ensuring trust in healthcare. Learn more at Protenus.com and follow us on Twitter @Protenus.
Kira CabanDirector, Public [email protected] 410-913-0274
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