The healthcare industry is under privacy attack. The book discusses the issues from the healthcare organization and individual perspectives. Someone hacking into a medical device and changing it is life-threatening. Personal information is available on the black market. And there are increased medical costs, erroneous medical record data that could lead to wrong diagnoses, insurance companies or the government data-mining healthcare information to formulate a medical ‘FICO’ score that could lead to increased insurance costs or restrictions of insurance. Experts discuss these issues and provide solutions and recommendations so that we can change course before a Healthcare Armageddon occurs.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Code Blue
Chapter Two: Privacy Concerns
Chapter Three: Healthcare Armageddon
Chapter Four: Victims
Chapter Five: Healthcare Security
Chapter Six: Enforcement Actions
Chapter Seven: Privacy ... Clear ... <Shock>
Chapter Eight: Summary.
John ‘Jay’ Trinckes, Jr., CISSP, CISM, CRISC, HITRUST CSF Practitioner, is Senior Practice Lead, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Coalfire Systems, Inc. He directs lead compliance efforts for Coalfire's healthcare clients. He heads up the healthcare practice for Coalfire Systems, Inc. Coalfire is the leading IT governance, risk, and compliance organization in the country. He helps its clients manage IT risk to ensure they are not subject to cyber-attack and help them validate their compliance with IT regulations such as HIPAA. Coalfire offers assessments, penetration tests and advisory services that drive our clients to better security and compliance. He is the author of the books, "The Executive MBA in Information Security" (2009) and "The Definitive Guide to Complying with the HIPAA/HITECH Privacy and Security Rules" (2012) published by CRC Press. He has a wide range of experience in computer networks, vulnerability and penetration testing, security, compliance, and risk assessment. He was also a former law enforcement officer in the state of Florida.