The eHealth Risk Workshops address eHealth Risk Management, Privacy & Security. Government and Canada Health Infoway (CHI) sponsored eHealth projects require that privacy, security and risk management programs are in place. Organizations implementing eHealth projects on their own or sponsored by the government or CHI must have completed a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) and a Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA), and they must be able to demonstrate that they are proactively managing project and business risks. These workshops are designed to help organizations meet their privacy, security and risk management obligations. These workshops give participants the knowledge, tools and skills required to assess, mitigate and manage eHealth privacy, security, safety, project and business risks.
The eHealth Risk Management, Privacy & Security Workshops are typically offered twice a year (in the spring and the fall). Participants can register for one workshop but can save when registering for two.
CPE Credits for all Workshops: PACC - 2 credits/day; IAPP - 1 credit/hour; HIM CPE - 1 credit/hour
This one-day, intensive, participatory learning experience explores the knowledge, skills and tools needed to develop and implement an innovated eHealth risk-benefits management program for health organizations to realize the benefits of eHealth by taking an integrated approach to privacy, security, safety, project and business risk management when implementing and managing eHealth systems.
This 2-day intensive workshop and online lecture program provides the knowledge, skills and tools needed to develop, implement and manage a comprehensive privacy and security program for health organizations.
This two-day intensive workshop programs provides a fresh look at healthcare privacy and security requirements from the vendor perspective. It looks at the skills and tools needed to develop and deploy private and secure eHealth solutions in healthcare. The workshop features lectures from noted privacy and security experts and hands-on workshop activities that provide a foundation for knowledge, skills and tools needed to protect health information. You will benefit from attending this workshop whether you work in industry, in healthcare organizations or in government agencies involved in health care.