Srini Kolathur , HITPro, CISSP,CISA, CISM, MBA is a result-driven leader. Srini has several years of experience in helping companies effectively meet and exceed regulatory compliance requirements including SOX, PCI, HIPAA, etc. by using best practices. For the last several years, he has been actively involved in Sarbox controls
implementation, PCI-DSS, GRC and internal audit functions in the critical general IT control areas. As internal compliance and audit liaison project manager for Cisco infrastructure group, Srini has managed compliance and automation projects, including developing tracking systems for monitoring privileged user access. Srini has been involved in providing training to staffs at small practices and hospitals so they can effectively comply with HIPAA/HITECH and meaningful use security requirements by using NIST risk assessment framework, HHS HIPAA checklist and best practices for IT assessment.
Srini graduated with an executive MBA degree from Kenan-flagler business school at UNC Chapel Hill. Srini is very active in the local ISACA and ISSA chapters. Srini believes in and advocates best practices-based security and compliance program to achieve business objectives. Srini has a long and successful track record of bringing in projects on time and on budget, and developing high performance teams, while boosting technicaland business expertise, and maintaining high morale.
As the compliance deadline for new HIPAA-HITECH rule approaches, it becomes imperative for healthcare business associate organizations to develop strategies to protect electronic health information, and comply with HIPAA-HITECH regulations.
As the compliance deadline for new HIPAA/HITECH rule approaches, it becomes imperative for healthcare business associate organizations to develop strategies to protect electronic health information, and comply with HIPAA/HITECH regulations.
The primary objective of this 60 minute webinar is to help organization identify the key vulnerabilities with cloud service providers by reviewing the best practices to evaluate, engage and monitor online service providers to protect ePHI handled on behalf of the Covered Entity.
Section 13411 of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, requires Health and Human Services (HHS) to conduct periodic audits of providers and business associates to ensure their compliance with the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rule, and breach notification standards. To implement this mandate, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has conducted HIPAA/HITECH audit program with KPMG of 115 health care organizations to assess privacy and security compliance. This webinar will focus on the implementation and tracking of HIPAA audit best practices in a healthcare setup in order to prepare for the federal audit using published OCR audit protocols.
As the compliance deadline for new HIPAA/HITECH rule approaches, it becomes imperative for healthcare business associate organizations to develop strategies to protect electronic health information, and comply with HIPAA/HITECH regulations. This instructor-led one-day training will teach you how to design, implement, and administer comprehensive healthcare IT compliance and security protection programs as a business associate. During this session, you will also have the opportunity to explore the security best practices and integrate regulatory requirements into an existing healthcare IT environment.