ACCE is an official Collaborator of HIMSS20
ACCE Members receive the members discount to attend! To receive the $200 discount, go to Register Now. And select American College of Clinical Engineering from the "Conference Collaborating Organizations" drop down in the registration process, and enter the code "H20COLLAB"
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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) for CE-IT
Date: Monday, March 09, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando, Bayhill 21/22 (Convention Level, near the Skywalk Bridge that connects to the Orange County Convention Center)
9801 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819
Description: American College of Clinical Engineering was formed to establish a standard of competence for Clinical Engineers, promote excellence in clinical engineering practice, and promote safe and effective application of science and technology in patient care. Today, safe and effective application of clinical systems requires integrity and availability of medical systems.
In order to maintain services at a high level, business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) planning cannot be ignored. In this Symposium, we will have nationally and internationally recognized speakers and engineers who will address this shift in clinical engineering practice. We will cover topics such as BCDR best practices and regulation, as well as practical vetted processes for applying these principles in your organization. We will discuss alignment with supply chain as well as incident management and forensics for the worst-case scenario.
Complimentary! Pre-registration required. To register, click here
|9:00am - 9:05am
||Ilir Kullolli, ACCE President|
|9:05am - 9:35am
importance of BCDR and operational support, data impact on clinical
Pageler, Chief Medical Information Officer, Stanford Children's Health|
|9:35am - 10:35am
and disclosing vulnerabilities
how vulnerabilities are discovered, and how they are disclosed.
Simpson, CISO, ARMIS and Dor Zusman,research team, ARMIS|
|10:50am - 12:20pm
NIST Cybersecurity Framework with Clinical Engineering Operations
NIST Down to a More Manageable Level
NIST SP 800-34
Dimino, Medical Device Security Consultant at Cynergistek, Inc.
|12:20pm - 1:20pm
|| Lunch Break
||lunch in room / meet our sponsors
|1:20pm - 2:50pm
||Managing MIoT Risk, Medical deivce procurememt
||How to review the device safety, Integrity and availability before procurement
||Julian Goldman, MD, Director of the Program on Medical Device Interoperability based at MGH, Partners and CIMIT |
|3:20pm - 4:20pm
||Conducting Tabletop Exercise for HTM/CE Professionals
||How to conduct a tabletop exercise to identify gaps in cybersecurity management of clinical technologies
Cory Brennan, Security Advisor, Hall Render IT Advisory Services and Priyanka Upendra, Compliance Program Director, Banner Health
Education Session by ACCE
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 11, 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Location: Orange County Convention Center, West Building, room W304A
Priyanka Upendra, BSME, MSE, CHTM/Quality & Compliance Program Director, Banner Health
Axel Wirth, CPHIMS, CISSP, HCISPP, AAMIF, FHIMSS/Chief Security Strategist, MedCrypt
Description: Despite the high value of patient data and the increased costs and frequency of breaches it is often difficult to quantify the required resources to remediate medical device vulnerabilities. A single large health system may include 30,000-40,000 pieces of clinical equipment from over 3,000 medical device manufacturers, spanning roughly 8,000 in make and models. Clinical equipment vulnerability remediation even with vendor support, careful planning and attention to resources is a must so there is no impact to patient care services or the normal workflows of stakeholders. This increase in required resources and attention to downtime can be difficult to justify to senior leader management, even when automated tools and high availability designs are both common and expected. This session will focus on how health systems can build partnership with other stakeholders in the clinical equipment ecosystem, in order to quantify vulnerability remediation. Vetted practices and approaches will be discussed during this session.
Learning Objectives: Assess security vulnerability risk using quantitative methods; estimate costs of labor and for vulnerability remediation; construct internal processes for making risk mitigation decisions
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020; 6:00 PM– 8:00 PM EST
Location: Orange County Convention Center, room W306A
Network with ACCE members, experts from Clinical Engineering, Health Technology Management, and Medical Device Domain - all are welcome to attend!
Join Ilir Kullolli, President/ACCE and Steven Wretling, CTIO/HIMSS in congratulating the 2020 ACCE/HIMSS Excellence in Clinical Engineering and Information Technology Synergies Award recipient.
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