Why attend the 13th Academic Medical Center Security & Privacy Conference?
Here are just a few of the reasons to attend:
- Learn best practices in security & privacy
- Participate in interactive sessions
- Network with your peers from AMCs across the country
- Visit with Exhibitors from leading security companies
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“The AMC conference is an excellent, in-the-weeds conference on new and emerging topics, presented by leading industry experts. This is an extremely valuable conference.”
—2016 Conference Attendee
“The best combination of information and value available in healthcare conferences.”
—2015 Conference Attendee
The title of this year’s conference is It’s Your Move: Strategies and Solutions for a Changing World. The conference provides an excellent opportunity for security/privacy planners, officers, compliance staff and operational managers to learn how their peers are handling important privacy and security concerns such as risk management, business associates and cybersecurity. The program on Monday and Tuesday features three plenary sessions and 17 breakout sessions on Legal/Regulatory Compliance, Business Associates/Technology and Cybersecurity/Risk Management topics. The sessions include time for Q&A, and there is ample time to network with peers outside the sessions as well. Monday’s keynote speaker is Dr. Robert Califf, former Commissioner of the FDA, who will discuss Imagining the Role of AMCs in the New Information Era. On Tuesday, our Quiz the Regulator session will feature Deven McGraw, Deputy Director for Health Information Privacy in the HHS Office for Civil Rights. After lunch, Dr. Kevin Fu will discuss Medical Device Security as an Inventory Problem: The Five Second Rule for Mystery Meat on Clinical Networks. The program on Wednesday features a half-day forum on Regulatory Compliance: How New Technologies, Regulations and Cybersecurity Threats will Affect Healthcare Organizations in 2017. The forum includes presentations and time for small table discussions.