How many electronic devices used in your organization store electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI)? If you work in a healthcare setting, this is not easily answered. While there has been considerable attention paid to ePHI stored on computers and networked servers, and recent attention given to portable devices like tablets and cell phones, one class of ePHI bearing technology remains rather mysterious – medical devices. This webinar shines a light on medical device data storage and introduces ePHI breach risks in direct patient care, clinical lab, and medical imaging settings. A brief case study for each setting will be presented.
Presenter: Ray Davey
Presenter Bio: Ray Davey is the Chief Technology Officer for Maxxum, Inc., a Technology Asset Disposition company near Minneapolis, MN. His career includes working for technology product and service companies like Hewlett-Packard, EDS, Cap Gemini, and others. As Maxxum’s CTO, Ray’s primary focus is helping clients manage risk associated with data bearing technology assets scheduled to exit their organizations.