PS 102: Risk Assesment: Guide to Meaningful Use Core Measure 15
Ray Young, Information Technology Officer
During this interactive workshop, NYC DOHMH Privacy Office Ray Young and the Privacy-Security team will show how to use the ONC tool, step-by-step, in performing a Security Risk Assessment needed for Core Measure-15 of Meaningful Use.
Partcipants will go through the Security Risk Assesment tool, in addition to creating their security risk remediation plan.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will have a completed, and expert-reviewed, Security Risk Assessment that can be used to satisfy core measure 15 for Meaningful Use.
This workshop is open to members of NYC REACH only. If you are not yet a member of NYC REACH, visit our Membership information page at nycreach.org for instructions on how to join at no cost, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Once registered, we will follow up with a courtesy reminder phone call
within 48 hours before the event.
Please make sure to provide your name and a VALID email address on the registration.
In your email, you will receive a visitor's list pass.
The pass you will receive in your email must be printed out; you will be required to provide this and show your a valid photo ID on the day of the event.
Please contact us no later than Wednesday, June 26 if you have not received this pass.
NYC REACH is the federally designated regional extension center (REC) for NYC.The mission of the REC is to educate and support health care providers in becoming meaningful users of electronic health records (EHRs). NYC REACH is administered by the NYC Department of Health’s Primary Care Information Project (PCIP), a mayoral initiative focused on improving quality care in NYC through health information technology and funded under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act.
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The NYC Regional Electronic Adoption Center for Health (NYCREACH) is a collaboration between the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Fund for Public Health in New York to help make sure doctors in New York City don't get left behind. Our mission is to assist them in adopting technology and methods that measurably improve the health of New Yorkers. Some providers may also be eligible for incentives for EHR use from federal, state, or private programs. Our job is to help offset the transition cost and burden as much as possible through training, education, and links to funding sources.