Whose Data is it Anyway?

January 21, 5:00pm, EST - 8:00pm, EST

Kosair Charities Clinical & Translational Research Building (KCCTRB)
505 S. Hancock Street
Louisville, KY 40202


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Whose Data is it Anyway?

Hospitals are taking more aggressive privacy and security measures to protect and safeguard patient data. Top growth areas in security among organizations include privacy audit systems, provisioning systems, data loss prevention, single sign-on and identity management.

Join Health Enterprises Network (HEN) and Health Information Systems Society (HIMSS) on January 21, 2016 for an all-inclusive look into the world of data privacy and security from the perspectives of the patient, the provider, legal, accounting, risk management and technology security professionals.


Moderated By:

Julie Patterson

President, HIMSS Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter

Julie Patterson has been working in Healthcare Information Technology for over 25 years as an analyst, developer, project manager, program manager and corporate manager for several large healthcare companies in Louisville, Kentucky including Humana, Kindred Healthcare and Baptist Health.  Her recent focus has included Health Information Exchange and Meaningful Use for Eligible Providers and Hospitals.  Julie is currently implementing Epic and is responsible for the implementation of EpicCare Ambulatory, Beacon Oncology, MyChart, CareEverywhere and EpicCare Link for all Baptist practices and hospitals across the state of Kentucky. 


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Date & Time
Thursday, January 21, 2016
5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Cocktail hour & registration
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Presentation

Kosair Charities Clinical & Translational Research Building (KCCTRB)
505 S. Hancock Street
Louisville, KY 40202

$50 or $10 for Full-time students
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Featured Speakers:

Kathy Nieder, MD

Physician Champion/Louisville, HIT Physicians Steering Council, Baptist Health
An active member of HIMSS, Dr. Nieder has been fascinated by technology since she bought her first Apple computer in 1987. A family practice physician, she often prescribes smartphone apps to her patients. Dr. Nieder has been with Baptist Health Medical Group in Louisville since 2006 and is also the primary care physician champion for Allscripts. As a physician champion for Epic, Dr. Nieder works with cardiothoracic surgeons for their build and is currently working on the “MyChart portal”. Dr. Nieder is a graduate from the University of Kentucky Medical School and completed her residency at the University of Louisville after an internship in Texas in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Kathie McDonald-McClure

Partner, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP
HIPAA is often seen as an obstacle to collaboration among providers, agencies and individuals in the community. Granted, HIPAA can pose particularly sticky issues when effective collaboration requires sharing individual behavioral health information and even joint record keeping with mental health professionals. Thereare ways to collaborate, however, and comply under a carefully structured arrangement. Kathie McDonald-McClure will share not just the NO-NO’s in collaborative arrangements but also the YES-YES’s when navigating the land of HIPAA in a collaborative care arrangement.

Jason Miller

Director of Business and Technology Consulting, Dean Dorton

So much data has already started flowing in healthcare and so much more is expected to flow between care providers in the accountable care models.  How are you keeping up with where your data is?  Is your annual Risk Assessment covering all of these questions?  Does your cyber security policies cover all of the possible situations?  Does your cyber insurance policy cover all of your risks?  Jason Miller will explore the concerns and some key recommendations to ensure your organization doesn’t get caught off-guard during data incidents.

Michael Rutty

Sr. Technical Evangelist, Varonis Corporation

Since 1988, Michael Rutty has worked in the New York City area as a Systems Administrator and IT Engineer for such firms as Merrill Lynch, Prudential Investments, AT&T, IBM and Bear Stearns.  In 1999 he co-founded ASP startup, GlobalDesktop.com and later sold the company in 2001.  In 2002 he joined email archiving firm, KVS as Lead Sales Engineer. KVS was acquired by Veritas Corporation in 2004. Michael acted as lead evangelist for archiving, ILM and e-Discovery when Veritas merged with Symantec in 2005. He remained in that role through early 2007 when he joined CommVault Systems in their newly formed, Archiving Center of Excellence.  In 2011, Michael joined Autonomy Corporation, an HP Company as Director of Information Governance & Data Protection.  Since April 2015, Michael is Sr. Technical Evangelist at Varonis Corporation.