Virtual HIPAA and NIST-based Cyber Risk Management BootCamp™admin2018-01-09T20:45:30+00:00
Operationalize Your HIPAA and NIST-based Cyber Risk Management Programs
Designed for busy professionals, the Clearwater HIPAA and NIST-based Cyber Risk Management BootCamp™ distills the critical information you need to know about the HIPAA Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules.
Additionally, the sessions will assist you in establishing, implementing and maturing your cyber risk management program.
The BootCamp™ focuses on the most pressing issues facing Covered Entities and Business Associates today, instilling in its attendees the steps your organization can take to not only comply with HIPAA, but how to create an overall cybersecurity risk management program that enables your organization to manage information-related risks.
Hundreds of professionals just like you have attended the BootCamp™ and left with the knowledge to confidently lead their company’s HIPAA compliance and cyber risk management programs. Join us – and you can do the same.
HIPAA and NIST-based Cyber Risk Management Education: HIPAA Simplified by the Experts™
Clearwater’s BootCamp™ curriculum focuses on the most pressing issues facing Covered Entities and Business Associates today as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and then dives into how organizations can take further steps to protect patient health information by implementing a mature Information Risk Management program.
Focusing on OCR’s Stated Priorities for Audits and Investigations
Respond to the intensifying focus on Risk Analysis and Risk Management by the Office for Civil Rights; register for this expert led educational BootCamp™ today!
OCR has announced Risk Analysis and Risk Management will be centerpiece issues during all OCR audits and investigations. Given poor performances during past audits and investigations, it comes as no surprise regulators are paying more attention to how organizations assess and manage security and privacy risks. In 2012, 68 percent of audited organizations had adverse findings related to risk analysis. Meanwhile, every single organization that entered into a Resolution Agreement and Corrective Action Plan as a result of an OCR investigation was cited for failing to properly analyze and manage its key security risks as specifically required under the HIPAA regulations.