There are plenty of ways to squander several million dollars, but none quite as frustrating as
forking over those hefty sums to HHS’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
39 of 52 OCR Corrective
Action Plans/Resolution Agreements to date involved ePHI and, therefore, required risk
analysis and risk management. 35 of the 39 organizations (90%) failed to have completed a
HIPAA Risk Analysis and 33 of the 39 organizations (85%) failed to have completed a HIPAA
Risk Management that meets OCR’s increasingly more stringent ‘standard of care’.
It is clear that many organizations struggle to fully comprehend the scope of an OCR-Quality
Risk Analysis. Simply put, an accurate and complete HIPAA Risk Analysis must include
all information assets in all lines of business in all facilities and in all locations. If that sounds
like lot, it is. Attend this live web event and learn a step-by-step methodology based on OCR
and NIST guidance, aided high-performing software.
Compliance officers, privacy and security officers, legal counsel, health information
management leadership and staff, information security, as well as Board members and C-Suite
executives, including CMOs and CNOs. Also, others interested in or responsible for patient
communications, information management, and privacy and security of protected health
information (PHI) under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA) Act
Bob Chaput, CEO with Clearwater Compliance, is one of the healthcare cyber risk
management industry’s most innovative leaders, accelerating best practices in a more
reproducible and efficient way. He works with hospitals and health systems of all sizes,
including over 40 of the top Integrated Delivery Networks in the country. Bob helps healthcare
organizations not only defend against current cyber threats but also positions them to build
capabilities for self-sufficiency to defend against future cyber threats. His enterprise risk
management analyses and insights are frequently featured in the country’s top healthcare and
cybersecurity publications, journals and news sources. Bob serves on the HealthCare’s Most
Wired™ Survey Advisory Board and was a contributing co-author to an American Society of
Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) academic textbook on the fundamentals of risk
management released in October 2017. Bob has no real or perceived conflicts of interest that
relate to this presentation.