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When: Wednesday, November 8, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Where: Spazio Westport
12031 Lackland Road
St. Louis, Missouri 
United States
Contact: Dawn Mills, Chapter Administrator

Online registration is available until: 11/7/2017
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November 8, 2017 

What's Cloud, Why be Secure, & What's with Apple?

Hugh Anderson, Healthcare Technology Advisors
Eric Humes, Keystone IT
Ryan Mortland, MG Consulting Group

Moderator: Derrick Weisbrod, Healthcare Technology Advisors 

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11:30am - 1:30pm
Spazio Westport
$35 Member | $50 Non-member
Session Description:
IT Round Table to discuss technical projects and technologies practice administrators need to know in order to make decisions for the direction of the practice.
Learning Objectives:
  • Expand knowledge about cloud computing to better enable decision making for your practice.
  • Expand knowledge about best practice IT security 
  • Expand knowledge on Apple products use within Medical Practices
Why Attend: 
If you hear "bla, bla, bla, bla" when IT people talk and still don't really understand cloud computing or best practice IT security from a high level perspective, this session will greatly increase the knowledge that will enable more effective decision making for your practice. We will close with a talk on Apple computers in medical practices to impart more knowledge to practice managers about another salient subject for IT within medical practices. The leaders of the three IT organizations will focus their talks to be in a simpler to understand, non-technical language to allow more knowledge transfer to the practice administrators participating in this lunch meeting.

About the Speakers: 

Hugh Anderson, Healthcare Technology Advisors

Hugh is a season client services expert with specific emphasis on compliance with various regulatory requirements for finance and healthcare. Hugh has split his professional career between financial and healthcare verticals initially with Edward Jones and then moving into IT.

In 2015, Hugh co-founded Healthcare Technology Advisors to focus on delivering high quality customer service to clients who must comply with HIPAA regulations. His business only serves members of the healthcare vertical and who wish to receive extraordinarily well focused customer support from Healthcare IT experts. 

Eric Humes, Keystone IT

Eric is an accomplished business development executive and entrepreneur with an extensive background in healthcare information technology. Eric founded Keystone Technologies in 2001.

Over the last 16 years, Eric has established himself as a national leader in the industry and an expert in health information privacy. Today, the company is a top regional provider serving Hospitals and Health Systems, Privately-owned Medical Practices, and the Long-Term Care market. In 2015, Keystone was named the 3rd fastest growing company in St. Louis by the St. Louis Business Journal and awarded one of the top 3 "Best IT Firm" for the 6th consecutive time by Small Business Monthly.

Ryan Mortland, MG Consulting Group

Ryan Mortland is the founder and owner of MB Technology Solutions, a managed services and IT consulting firm in St. Louis.  Ryan works across various professional services industries as a consultant to clients who value best practices and compliance as a part of their IT support model.  Ryan holds several different technical certifications and consistently works to stay abreast of solutions that best fit his client's needs.  Ryan has three kids and is celebrating his 15th year of marriage this year.  

Derrick Weisbrod, Healthcare Technology Advisors

Derrick is a veteran IT leader with 17 years of experience purely in the Healthcare IT vertical. He led the Bethesda Health Group IT department from 2001 to 2009 which was responsible for services to 5 lines of business across 9 locations including 25 servers, 400 computers, 100 printers, and over 900 phones.

With the opportunity to build and lead the Bethesda Health Group IT team reaching a pinnacle for projects and growth opportunities, he set out to build his consulting expertise with smaller practices in 2009 with a focus on continuing to only serve the healthcare vertical. Working with a couple small firms, he refined service delivery approaches and honed his HIPAA skills to a fine point.

In 2015, he co-founded Healthcare Technology Advisors to serve small and medium healthcare practices and business associates who also serve the healthcare vertical. The focus is on delivering high quality customer service to clients who must comply with HIPAA regulations. 

This program may be eligible for CEUs. 

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