Mike Klein, President & COO of Online Tech, will co-present with Gail Einhaus, Compliance, Education and Privacy Officer of Trinity Health on the first day of the two-day Michigan HIMSS event at the Crown Plaza Detroit in Novi.
HITECH Status in Michigan – Navigating the Future of Electronic Health Records will focus on the HITECH Act within the Michigan healthcare industry. Klein will discuss how the HITECH Act has impacted the data center industry from an inside perspective, while Einhaus will discuss how compliance regulations have had an impact on the healthcare system.
Klein’s presentation, Security & Compliance for Processing Facilities, will specifically discuss the impact of HIPAA compliance on data centers, including the administrative, physical and technical safeguards Online Tech has in place.
The event will bring together healthcare and information technology professionals for a collaborative discussion on health IT trends. The MI-HIMSS website provides an agenda of the speeches and speakers, with Day One offering two tracks focused on Privacy & Security or Health Information Exchange (HIE).
Privacy & Security (Track 1) Sessions:
Security & Compliance for Processing Facilities
Mike Klein, President, Online Tech
Gail Einhaus, Compliance, Education and Privacy Officer, Trinity Health
To BYOD or Not to BYOD: The Secure Use of Mobile Devices
Tatiana Melnik and Brian R. Balow, Attorneys, Dickinson-Wright
Security & Compliance With Business Associates
Joe Dylewski, Managing Director, Health Care Management Meredith Phillips, MHSA, Henry Ford Health System
Social media, Phishing, Botnets, and More – Indirect Threats to Patient Data
Adam Goslin, COO, High Bit Security
Health Information Exchange (Track 2) Sessions:
Michigan Model for Health Information Sharing
Tim Pletcher, Michigan Health Information Network (moderator)
Extending the Reach of Rural Healthcare: Completing the Last Mile of Broadband
Ellwood Downing, Merit Networks
Online Tech’s data centers are independently HIPAA audited against all standards and citations of the HITECH Act to protect patient data. Register to attend the conference next week and find out more about the event here.
Michigan HIMSS Events