If we had to troubleshoot just a few devices every once in a while, our hospital systems would run as smooth as butter, right?
But, when missing devices, security issues, and friction caused by interoperability hits, we can’t expect a smooth operation.
This webinar will answer many questions surrounding the devices integral to keeping patients healthy. Joining us to talk about managing your unmanaged devices are guests Andrew Sutherland, CISO for Children’s of Los Angeles, Erik Decker, CISO for Intermountain, and Samuel Hill, Director of Product Marketing for Medigate by Claroty. Understanding your device inventory can seem overwhelming, but these leaders will share what they have implemented and what can be next for your health system. Hear about the risk management techniques that they have found to manage the devices in their systems.
Before the webinar, check out the Briefing Campaign on our channel, hitting on five major topics about unmanaged devices in healthcare. Speaker Samuel Hill sheds light on challenges surrounding devices in healthcare and what can resolve them. How do you build zero trust security? How do you assess your technology successfully? Merger & Acquisitions; How do you manage your devices? Do you know where your devices are? Our conversations cover all of these questions and more.
So many devices. So little oversight. Be the change and listen now to honest conversations propelling healthcare forward! Find solutions and learn how your hospital system can progress without the everyday hindrances to which you’ve become accustomed.
Is your health system paying out for attacks on your data? How can we stop the cycle?
In this webinar, we analyze the best practices to initiate in our hospital systems. Our panel of health IT leaders includes Matt Woodruff, Systems Architect at St. Luke’s University Health System, Tom Balcavage, SVP, Chief Technology Officer at Thomas Jefferson University, and Frank Broggi, Sr. Sales Engineer - Rubrik Zero Trust Data Management at Rubrik.
This conversation will explore what healthcare will look like facing ransomware attacks and handling cloud data strategies. Our panel of speakers will provide expertise in tactics to utilize and safety in securing Epic. During the course of the webinar, our panelists include various use cases, effectiveness, and resiliency in those solutions.
Join this webinar for a real conversation surrounding our current events in health IT and what your hospital system can do to stay smart, secure, and resilient.
What can we do about the staffing shortage in cybersecurity? With research suggesting that nearly a third of the cybersecurity workforce is planning to leave the industry in the near future, organizations are left in a worrisome position, especially as attack surfaces are growing. So, where do we move forward from here knowing that we are facing low numbers in the field already and it’s likely to get even worse?
Semperis is offering incredible insight into the arising issues in cybersecurity, skills, and automation by providing team leaders a platform to share their struggles within the industry as well as their victories. In this webinar, we reach new depths and connections surrounding the cybersecurity crisis. Our panel of health IT leaders includes Jim Doggett, Chief Information Security Officer at Semperis, Gary Gooden, Chief Technology and Security Officer (CTSO) at Seattle Children’s, and Anahi Santiago, Chief Information Security Officer at ChristianaCare.
This conversation will explore what healthcare will look like facing dwindling numbers in cybersecurity and how health IT teams building a network and brand attracts talent and builds from within. With his focus on internal controls and risk management, Jim Doggett will also share his experience with automation and how it intertwines with staffing burnout within healthcare. This conversation will provide insight, relief, and the best practices to adopt moving forward. Our industry competes not only within itself but with banks, big tech companies, and other companies with different salary models. It can feel like a losing battle. You aren’t alone and you can compete. Join us as we learn from others who have crafted, tried, errored, and corrected to save your hospital system from the same process. We’re here to share successes and advancements. We're aiming to share growth, share ideas, and propel healthcare forward.
Join this webinar for a real conversation surrounding our current events in health IT and what your hospital system can do to keep threats on the outside. Learn how to protect yourself from the greatest threat of all, a dwindling cyber security team without capable talent.
Guillermo Ramas is the Founder and CEO of NotiSphere. He prides himself in designing, developing and taking to market innovative solutions that address healthcare industry-wide problems.
Brad Genereaux is Medical Imaging and Smart Hospitals Alliance Manager at NVIDIA, and has a keen focus on accelerating artificial intelligence, visualization, and virtualization in healthcare. As a passionate and engaged healthcare and medical imaging leader, Brad evangelizes the ubiquitous adoption and integration of seamless healthcare and medical imaging workflows at scale. Brad is at the forefront of imaging interoperability within the healthcare ecosystem and is deeply involved with the community in building and implementing standards like DICOM, HL7, and IHE to make this happen.
Andrew Gostine is the CEO of Artisight. Using artificial intelligence enabled IoT sensors to facilitate healthcare automation and optimization
Imran Salim is the Senior Vice President, Healthcare Strategy & Solutions at Sirius Healthcare.
Imran Salim has spent nearly 30 years helping organizations leverage technology to improve business outcomes and create efficiency. Mr. Salim joined Sirius in 2000, and became the senior vice president of sales for the company’s Western region. During this time, he led a diverse group of sales and technical teams to improve both client satisfaction and the Sirius business.
While working with a number of Sirius healthcare clients, Mr. Salim realized that healthcare organizations need to better leverage technology to improve patient outcomes and business efficiencies. As a result, he oversaw the creation of the Sirius Healthcare practice in 2014, and has managed it since.
Today, Mr. Salim leads a national healthcare team that focuses on finding the right mix of technologies, consulting and solution partnerships to meet the demanding needs of healthcare clients. Mr. Salim also led the effort to create the MemorialCare Technology and Training Center Powered by Sirius (MTC), a state-of-the-art technology facility for healthcare IT innovation, experimentation, meeting and training, in Orange County, California.
Mr. Salim holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Finance from California State University.
Kenneth Harper is the VP and General Manager, Dragon Ambient eXperience at Nuance
Christine Brutschea is the Associate CIO at St. Luke's Health Network in Pennsylvania. In her role, she has been involved in seeing their EHR move to the cloud.
“With Epic on Azure, we’ll be able to address our providers’ needs more quickly and give them a system that is highly secure, extremely efficient, insightful, and responsive to growth,” says Brutschea.
Arthur Tastet has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology (IT). Arthur's experience in system engineering, application development, server administration, and data center infrastructure make him flexible within all system areas. His proven troubleshooting skills reflected in management confidence and reliance as a problem solver. Arthur is very effective in relating real-time in-house business requirements and needs to information system capabilities.
Over the last 8 years, Arthur has been Manager of the Infrastructure Engineering team at Cone Health. Here, he leads the technology direction along with integrating, implementing, and maintaining the infrastructure. Some team projects have included system-wide migration of over 7,500 phones to VoIP, upgrading Wi-Fi infrastructure, lifecycle refreshes for network switches, refreshing SAN/UCS technology to VxBlock and later to hyperconverged infrastructure (vSAN & Nutanix), migrating backup infrastructure to Rubrik with integration into ServiceNow, and moving Epic DR side to Azure. Most recent major project was transitioning to a hybrid cloud infrastructure strategy which involved moving over 75% of our server environment to Azure which included Epic production, along with setting a colocated data center cage in Equinix.