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EHR and mobile devices

In the past few years, the technology has drastically changed the consumer-focused mobile computing devices. These devices, primarily smart phones and mobile tablets, are a new type of platform – less power than laptops and workstations, but with mor

Bonnie Rae Bergsma

on 19 October 2012

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Transcript of EHR and mobile devices

and the
safety issue
using mobile devices presented by
Bonnie Rae
Joseph Sams
Sarah Shirey SaaS/Cloud Introduction Mobile devices inside a
Practice Management System of

Mobile Devices
in Health Care Settings http://netforbeginners.about.com/od/s/f/what_is_SaaS_software_as_a_service.htm
http:/www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/administrative/breachnotificationrule/breachtool.html Resources HIPAA COMPLIANT What about while using of
mobile devices? Technical
Safeguards HIPPA Standards HIPPA Standards TODAY'S OBJECTIVE: 1970's 2002 March (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 1980's 1990's 2000's 2010's http://www.geekosystem.com/mobile-device-infographic/ Standard 1. Access control
Standard 2. Auditing
Standard 3. Integrity
Standard 4. Person authentication
Standard 5. Transmission security Question #1
Which HIPPA standard maintains log's of WHO accessed
a given resource at WHAT time and WHERE so that in the event of a security compromise there will be an audit trail? A. Loss, Theft or Disposal
B. Unauthorized Access
C. Malware (Viruses)……
D. Cloning QUESTION #2
Which 2 poses as the HIGHEST risk
for mobile devices? of mobile devices in health care settings PRACTICE BYOD BYOD 5 HIPPA Standards
Access control
Person authentication
Transmission security
5 HIPPA Standards
Access Control
Person authentication
Transmission security Mobile Device Security Risk: SPECIAL RISKS PRESENTED
by MOBILE DEVICES Loss, Theft or Disposal
Unauthorized Access
Malware (Viruses)
Cloning Risk level: low Risk level: low Risk level: high Risk level: high Majority of reported breaches involve loss or theft of paper
records, portable medium (CD or tape) or laptops.

Few reported breaches involve hacking or other
Out of 214 total breach reports, only 23 involved “portable electronic devices” (other than laptops)
were loss or thefts. http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/administrative/breachnotificationrule/breachtool.html SPECIAL RISKS SPECIAL RISKS presented by mobile devices 'BYOD BYOD Ad-Hoc



Owned Strategies
to managing and securing Ad-Hoc



Owned can be categorized into
one of several models: ... a formal policy is enforced ... a formal policy exists & is followed formal policy that is NOT enforced ...an informal policy or a ... NO official policy exists PRACTICE iPhone is the MOST popular

Professionals use BOTH
mobile devices and EHR systems

6% access electronic records or prescribe medications

72% using mobile technology as part of their practice means... WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Consumerization of IT
Competition for new hires
Changing patterns of technology buying
Companies have not yet figured out the right mix of devices they need to support their business WHO accessed
According to the FUN FACTS, what year were mobile devices announced A. 1973
B. 1974
C. 1975 HIGHEST Question #3
What does BYOD stand for? A . Bring Your Own Drink
B. Buy Your Own Device
C. Bring Your Own Device A. 1971
B. 1973
C. 1973
D. 1974 Question #5
From the FUN FACT'S, when were mobile devices first announced? Question #4
How long until the BYOD trend has “played out”?

a. 2-4 years
b. 3-5 years
c. 5-7 years According to Manhattan Research

by 2012, of American physicians

will own smart phone by 2012 81% WHY IS HAPPENING BYOD BYOD How HACKING into a SMART PHONE is easy! BYOD trend will play out in
within 3-5 years you should be concern with three aspects:
1. the device itself
2. software applications
3. and content Until then,
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