NCHICA invites you to join your colleagues from academic medical centers (AMCs), teaching hospitals and other large health enterprises for the 9th AMC Conference on Security and Privacy. The conference, scheduled for May 6-8, 2013 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC, provides an excellent opportunity for security/privacy planners, officers, compliance staff and operational managers to learn how their peers are handling important privacy and security issues such as managing large breaches, research in the Cloud and mobile security threats.
Several sessions will include discussions about the recently issued Omnibus Privacy and Security Rule.
This year's conference focuses on New Challenges: from Concept to Operations. Each session is led by panelists from AMCs and other large health enterprises across the country. The program features plenary sessions and breakout sessions in three tracks: Compliance & Governance, Research & Education and Security & Privacy. The sessions include time for discussion, and there is ample time to network with peers outside the sessions as well. The registration fee is $499 and includes continental breakfast and breaks all three days with lunch on Monday and Tuesday.
There is a pre-conference workshop on HIPAA 101 on Sunday, May 5 at the Courtyard Marriott Chapel Hill. The workshop is designed for those who need an introduction to or refresher on privacy and security requirements in HIPAA. The new Privacy and Security Rule will also be discussed. The registration fee is $99 and includes lunch.
Who Should Attend
Privacy and Security Officials
CTOs / IT Support Staff
University and Medical Center Staff
Anyone involved in security and privacy at AMCs, health systems and hospitals