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Webinar: Triaging Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Today

In September, more than 200 healthcare professionals responded to a HIPAA Journal request to participate in an Emergency Preparedness and Security in Healthcare survey by Rave Mobile Security.

The study identified the biggest safety concerns in healthcare, the most common types of emergencies experienced by healthcare providers over the past two years, and the methods used by healthcare providers to communicate with employees during those emergency situations.

Rave Mobile Security Chief Operating Officer, Todd Miller, will be discussing the key findings of the survey in a free webinar – Triaging Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Today – taking place on Thursday October 25 (2pm-3pm ET).

Click here to register for the webinar

The expert panel will feature:

Kevin McGinty, Safety & Emergency Management Coordinator, Middlesex Hospital

Kevin has over 10 years of experience in healthcare safety, environment of care, security and emergency management. At Middlesex Hospital, Kevin handles all aspects of safety and emergency management and is actively involved with all-hazards planning. He chairs life safety, hazardous materials and emergency management committees. Kevin has a bachelor’s degree in criminology. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is active in the Connecticut Hospital Association. He has certifications as a healthcare environmental manager.

Patrick J. Turek, MPA, CEM, System Director of Emergency Management, Hartford HealthCare
Patrick has nine years of experience in emergency management. His mission at Hartford Healthcare is to create a more prepared, response-ready and resilient healthcare system to ensure the continuity of care for patients and to support its clinical and nonclinical team members during emergencies. He holds a Bachelor of Art in Criminology from Central Connecticut State University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Connecticut. Patrick is a Certified Emergency Manager from the International Association of Emergency Managers.

Note: This is not a HIPAA Journal-sponsored event. HIPAA Journal has no commercial relationship with Rave Mobile Safety. HIPAA Journal is promoting industry events that might be of interest to readers. HIPAA Journal welcomes suggestions for further events that might be of interest to our readers.

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Webinar: Adding Software as a Service (SaaS) – A Case Study of the Challenges and ROI of Adding Compliance as a Service

Webinar: Adding Software as a Service (SaaS)- A Case Study of the Challenges and ROI of Adding Compliance as a Service

Powered by the IT Security Community and the Business Application Advisory Council

Date: WEDNESDAY, October 10, 1;00pm CT, 2PM ET

The changing landscape of security and compliance is opening new doors. In this session, we will discuss the opportunities and challenges of adding SaaS offerings to your portfolio. We will use data from an MSP that added 20 new clients in six months by adding HIPAA Compliance as a Service. Join Marc Haskelson of The Compliancy Group and Paul Redding of Carlin Bradley for an informative case study brought to you by the IT Security Community and the Business Application Advisory Council.

Registration:  https://www.comptia.org/events/webinars/registration?eventid=cm101018

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