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Healthcare Cybersecurity & Risk Management (Kaleida)

I presented at a workshop on Healthcare Information ANalytics, Data Management, and Information Security. Attendees were from Kaleida.  Other presenters were leaders working in data science and governance intitatives.  

Topics included: Data and Analytics, Analytics and Data Science Initiatives, Data Governance, and my presentation on the 2017 & 2018 Healthcare Information Security Outlook.  My presentation focused on three themes:

Building a Healthcare Cybersecurity Program (Northwell)

Workshop on the creation and governance of a healthcare cyber security practice given at the Northwell Healthcare Sync Up. 

Below is praise for the workshop from the Northwell organizer:

"Thank you for facilitating the workshop last week at Northwell. Both Ken and Deb were very impressed with your insights and knowledge.  They are both new directors at Northwell and to the healthcare. They both appreciated the opportunity to step back from day to day details of their jobs, look at the big picture, and make actionable plans for the business."

Calls for Participation

Click on the links below to see more details about a particular call. If you feel a call should be included that is not currently, please contact the Research Center Chair.

How Past Experiences Impact a Nurse's Decision About Family Presence During Resuscitation: A Phenomenological Study

Author: 
Denise M. Gluck
Program of study: 
D.H.A.
Abstract: 
The purpose of the proposed qualitative phenomenological research study was to determine the lived experiences of emergency department nurses involved in family presence during resuscitation events.

Obstetric Providers' Perceptions Regarding Text Messaging as a Strategy Concerning Postpartum Depression

Author: 
Alla Williamson
Program of study: 
D.H.A.
Abstract: 
Postpartum depression (PPD) remains largely neglected. The growth of mobile technology with texting capabilities is an exciting technological innovation with great potential for managing PPD.

The Productivity Change of Medical Practice Staff with Use of Electronic Health Records

Author: 
Freddy Bécquer Moncayo Suárez
Program of study: 
D.M./IST
Abstract: 
A quantitative, retrospective panel study was conducted to explore the change in the staff productivity over time with use of electronic health records (EHRs).

A Quantitative Study on the Effects of Electronic Health Records on Patient Health

Author: 
Lisa Yvette Artis
Program of study: 
D.M./IST
Abstract: 
The research study used a quasi-experimental design to examine the effectiveness of electronic health records on pediatric patient care, and pediatric patients’ parents’ privacy concerns.

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