Security Risks & Precautions To Consider When Using Your
Personal Mobile Devices In Your Medical Practice
Ryan Haislar, Computerease
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$25 for Non-Members
The smartphone has changed the way that people live and work. Most people now have a powerful and small computer with them at all times that can be used for both personal and business purposes. The convenience of this technology also carries some risks, especially when dealing with patient information. This presentation will review the benefits, the risks and the considerations you need to have in place when allowing your providers and staff to use personal mobile devices in your practice.
1. The benefits of allowing providers and staff to use personal mobile devices in your practice
2. The security risks associated with allowing providers and staff to use personal mobile devices in your practice
3. What considerations you need to have in place when allowing providers and staff to use personal mobile devices in your practice
Do your providers and staff use their personal mobile devices in your practice? If so, you absolutely need to understand the security risks and considerations to put in place for your practice.
About the Speaker
Ryan Haislar is President of Computerease which is a family owned and operated, full-service IT company that specializes in serving independent medical practices throughout the Greater St. Louis area. Computerease was started by his father, Ike Haislar, in 1984 as a way to help businesses harness the new advances in technology (which were definitely not impressive by today’s standards).
Computerease started out building IBM Compatible computers back in the day when computers were as big as suitcases. Ryan’s been at Computerease for 23 years and he’s done just about every job in the company at one time or another. But, for the last 15 years, he and the Computerease team have been working exclusively to help businesses (especially medical practices) with their technology. Today, Computerease has grown into a comprehensive business IT support company with clients across multiple industries and of various sizes, some of whom have been with them for more than 15 years
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