Transforming a Privacy Program with Advanced Data Analytics
February 21, 2017 — 08:30AM - 09:30AM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Everyone seeking a hospital’s care has the right to privacy and the protection of their medical information. Due to the sheer volume and complexity of patient records accessed each day, it is impossible for privacy and security officers to efficiently detect breaches without new and practical tools. Current rule-based analytical systems often overburden privacy officers with alerts and are only a minor improvement from manual detection methods.
Johns Hopkins identified this challenge and looked for new, data-driven approaches to transforming their privacy posture. Learn how Johns Hopkins implemented a clinically-aware security program to bring together hospital assets, data, and leadership to better protect their patient data. The compliance team can now zero in true threats to patient privacy and health data security. This session will explore how Hopkins is eradicating insider threats, eliminating false positives and creating a robust security posture that patients can count on.
Compare traditional vs. innovative approaches for HIPAA violation identification and analysis
Identify features that define appropriate and inappropriate user access to patient data
Illustrate and provide examples of the five phases of advanced patient privacy monitoring