Meaningful Use Security Risk Analysis for Healthcare Providers

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 under the  Administrative Safeguards provision states that all covered entities are required to perform risk analysis as part of their security management processes. The risk analysis and management provisions of the Security Rule help determine which security measures are reasonable and appropriate for a particular covered entity. Risk analysis affects the implementation of all of the safeguards contained in the Security Rule. Risk analysis should be an ongoing process, in which a covered entity regularly reviews its records to track access to e-PHI and detect security incidents, periodically evaluates the effectiveness of security measures put in place, and regularly reevaluates potential risks to e-PHI.

The primary objective of this 90-minute webinar is to help organization identify the key vulnerabilities in ePHI and EHR systems by reviewing the steps required to complete the security risk analysis and successfully attest to Meaningful Use incentive program. In addition, one of the Meaningful Use (MU) core objectives for eligible professionals and hospitals is to conduct thorough technical risk analysis of EHR and ePHI systems.

Date: January 8, 2014

Time: 12 noon  EST

Duration: 60-Minute

Cost: $99

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