As a decorated astronaut, Captain Mark Kelly understands the value of health data—though privacy with that data can be elusive. Not only is he okay with the fact that NASA physicians and researchers will be collecting his health information for the rest of his life, but he’s also agreed to participate in NASA’s cutting edge twin study with his brother and fellow astronaut Captain Scott Kelly.
2016 Convention: Privacy and Security Institute Presenters Discuss HIPAA, Enforcement Updates, Cybersecurity
AHIMA kicked off the 88th Annual Convention and Exhibit on Saturday with the Privacy and Security Institute—which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Additional guidance regarding various HITECH provisions will be forthcoming from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the year ahead, according to Deven McGraw, Esq., OCR’s deputy director of health information privacy, who spoke during the second day of AHIMA’s Privacy and Security Institute.
On Tuesday, October 18 at AHIMA’s Annual Convention and Exhibit, Robert Brzezinski, MBA, CHPS, CISA, will deliver his presentation, “Do Not Blame Hackers, You Are the Weakest Link: Why Security Awareness Programs Matter.”
The CommonWell Health Alliance has announced that for the first time, patients whose providers are members of the Alliance will be given access to their health data as it is stored and transmitted by the CommonWell network.