Best Defense: The Role Security Plays in the Fight Against Drug Diversion
2:00 - 2:20 PM EST
Drug diversion is a growing challenge for providers, from analyzing and preventing potential diversion among patients to grappling with the safety and reputational effect of staff diversion. More and more providers are creating data-driven drug diversion policies, monitoring user access for potential diversion patterns, and developing drug diversion committees composed of security, privacy, clinical, and investigative professionals throughout the organization. While many healthcare security professionals may believe diversion lies squarely in the domain of the pharmacy, it's more frequently becoming part of a holistic effort that must include security expertise – making it essential for security officers and analysts to understand and embrace the role they play in these efforts. On this webinar, you'll learn...
- How drug diversion compromises the security of your facilities and patient data
- Ways leading healthcare organizations are involving security in the fight against diversion
- Policies and best practices for working cross-departmentally with privacy, legal, pharmacy, clinical, and other stakeholders at your organization
Kara Earle, Drug Diversion Specialist, FairWarning
Matt Werling, JH ACH Pharmacy Director, PharmD, MBA, BCPPS
Daman Toth, JH ACH Security Administration, Director, MPP, Chair Elect, International Association of Healthcare Security and Safety
Paul Martin, JH ACH Security Investigator, NADDI, FL Chapter, Board of Directors
Bad Actors and the Security Risks of Social Media
2:20 - 3:00 PM EST
A discussion on the perils of social media based on personal experience and bad actor behavior. This presentation includes real world examples, funny / scary screenshots, lessons learned from talks with law enforcement / social media security insiders, as well as real-world recommendations to minimize the risks.
Kevin A. McGrail, InfraShield