CMS & HIPAA Enforcement Boot Camp
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (MDT)
Colorado Springs, CO
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What The Class Will Provide:
Complimentary Resources & Tools
CMS & HIPAA Enforcement Educational Overview:
MainNerve's CMS & HIPAA Enforcement educational series provides the needed insight and understanding of the Security Rule requirements concerning The Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services regulations and handling of electronic patient healthcare information. The material gives instruction into expectations of CMS and HHS requirements as well as how to prepare for and what to expect from a CMS or OIG audit. Specific insight is provided on how to prepare for an audit, what to expect, Security Rule requirements including the "NIST" standard, as well as Breach Notification and how the CMS requirements compare to HIPAA regulations. From this education, an organization will hold a better understanding of their current state of CMS compliance and knowledge of how best to move forward.
Security Rule Compliance Evaluation Overview:
MainNerve's Security Rule Analysis compares your current practices and procedures against what The Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services and Office of Inspector General mandates as part of the Omnibus ruling. This evaluation is an excellent means to better understand your current level of compliance and determine what changes need to be made, if any.
When & Where
MainNerve is a leading provider of cyber security, training and technical services to commercial, defense, and government sectors. Leveraging years of experience in training, security and global asset protections,
Today, MainNerve specializes in network and information security services and technology innovations, utilizing its Netforce Security™ line of products and services as the cornerstone of its differentiation in the market. MainNerve's diverse client roster includes not only Fortune 500 businesses operating globally, but also any company whose critical systems are exposed to the Internet.