Cloud Computing - Healthcare Issues in a Digital Age

09.24.13

Cloud computing has garnered attention in the healthcare industry as a primary way to achieve electronic medical records compliance while reducing IT costs. Hospitals and health care providers must often look to third party vendors offering cloud computing solutions, but are these companies well-prepared to meet the HIPPA / HITECH Act privacy and security requirements? Join us for this webinar in which the latest topics on cloud computing relevant to health care organizations will be addressed, including challenges of PII data storage and privacy on cloud computing platforms, working with cloud computing vendors to address key information security and privacy compliance issues, and strategies for addressing the HIPPA privacy and security legal requirements and public trust concerns while in the cloud.

Target Audience:
Healthcare providers, employers, healthcare vendors, companies providing healthcare related services, or companies having access to healthcare information.

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Michael Webb
Public Relations Manager   
214.745.5308
mwebb@winstead.com

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