The Role Of Privacy And Security In Shaping The Future Of Mobile Health Technology
The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) invites you to the Mobile Health Forum on Thursday, April 20th at the Renaissance Washington in Washington, D.C.
Mobile Health Apps and Telehealth applications have the potential to transform the standard approach to treating, monitoring, and educating the patient populations. These bi-directional initiatives – via voice, text, data, camera images and or video functions – are opening up new ways for providers and government to deliver healthcare services to military members, Vets, general patient population and others whether they are located in the urban or rural area. Use of these tools can be from a call center, supporting and managing emergencies and disaster, monitoring patients daily without having them come to the office, providing updates to medical records and much more.
What You Will Learn:
- Risks, intrusion techniques, hacker strategies, and the dangers of comprised data
- Growing requirements for mobile technology of government agencies
- Insight on the mobile technology and applications in development
- Value and benefit of using mobile technology from a provider, agency, and industry perspective
- New mobile digital initiative spearheaded by the American Medical Association for its provider community
Who Should Attend:
- Organizations providing services via mobile technology or healthcare information technology
- Government agencies who share, update, connect, or store patient data or records via mobile technology – including devices, mobile apps, and telehealth communication
- Provider community – physicians, healthcare technicians, hospitals/ERs, traveling providers who interact with the patient, provider or hospital system community in relation to patient data and records
Attendees will be eligible to receive 4 CLPs for this event.
For additional information, questions or comments about the 2017 Mobile Health Forum please contact Rachael Lynch, Senior Manager of Meetings at email@example.com
IAC Member: $250
ACT-IAC events are intended to provide an objective and vendor-neutral collaborative environment where government and industry can work together on issues of mutual interest and forge relationships based on trust. Attendees are requested to avoid using this forum for business development purposes.
Speaker and Presenter Information
Michael Hodgkins, Vice President and Chief Medical Information Officer, American Medical Association
Gavin O'Brien, Computer Scientist, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Suzanne B. Schwartz MD, MBA, Associate Director for Science and Strategic Partnerships at Center for Devices and Radiological Health/ U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Dr. Aaron Drew, Director, Health IT Product Engineering, Office of Information Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs
JD Jack, Director, Intelligence Community, Special Programs, FireEye
Robert Jarrin, Senior Director, Government Affairs, Qualcomm, Inc.
Farhan Khan, Chief Technology Officer, Food and Drug Administration
Anurag Lal, CEO and President, Infinite Convergence Solutions
Nadia Morris, Head of AT&T Foundry for Connected Health
Matt Quinn, Senior Advisor for Health Information Technology, Health Resources and Service Administration
Vi Schaffer, Research Vice President-Healthcare, Gartner
Mark Scrimshire, CMS/HHS Blue Button Innovator
Christopher Wlaschin, Executive Director and Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
Ruth Yodaiken, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
Relevant Government Agencies
Dept of Veterans Affairs, Other Federal Agencies, FDA, HRSA, CMS