Hospitals aren’t the only place where we find Protected Health Information (PHI), but identifying documents that are considered PHI can be confusing and time consuming; and once you’ve identified those documents, what next? Simply having access to PHI means your organization must follow strict procedures to protect that information. This opens up a wide variety of organizations—from software providers and data storage companies to attorneys, accountants, schools, and government entities—to the requirements (and risks) of managing physical and electronic information according to the rules of HIPAA. Join us as we discuss how to begin to navigate your way to HIPAA compliance.
Bob Grant - Chief Strategy and Compliance Officer - Co Founder of Compliancy Group, LLC
Bob has been in the compliance industry for over 15 years holding such positions as Director of Professional Services and Chief Strategy Officer. Bob has assessed over 150 Healthcare entities and consulted with some of the largest healthcare companies in the United States including, Principal Financial Group, United Healthcare, Molina Healthcare, and Kaiser Permanente in regards to HIPAA Privacy and Security Compliance. Bob is co-developer of The Guard, a regulatory rules engine created to help organizations achieve, illustrate and maintain regulatory compliance.
Rick Carr - National Director Archives - ARC
Rick brings both the consultative sales process and subject matter expertise to ARC’s sales teams as they promote ECM services to select industry verticals. A veteran of the technical materials industry, Rick has spent the past 15 years consulting on document management services, with a special emphasis on Construction, Facilities and overall process improvement.
Vince Pingel, General Manager - National Director of AIM Operations - ARC
Vince has been involved in document imaging since 1991. His experience expands a wide variety of industries, markets and specialty areas. Since 2013, Vince has maintained operational oversight for all AIM (Document Imaging) operations at ARC, developing best practices, adopting and developing hardware and software technology solutions used in the production facilities at ARC, and serves on the ARC Team that has developed the Policies, Processes and Security Procedures relating to the handling and production of documents containing PHI, in accordance with HIPAA regulations.