How to practice environmentally responsible HIPAA Management for paper, E-materials and more! At CleanMed, many of you saw the film “Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia.” This hard-hitting documentary, produced by Basel Action Network, is about the dumping of toxic computer waste in China. It’s a real eye-opener about the dark side of the high-tech revolution. If you would like to order copies of the video, please see http://www.ban.org/exportingharm_film.html. Also see the Recyclers Pledge of True Stewardship, the world’s most rigorous environmental and social justice criteria for recycling e-waste at http://www.ban.org/pledge1.html. What is HIPAA and why is it important? What does it have to do with waste and material management? Are you spending too much for your HIPAA paper management? How do you ensure HIPPA compliance for disks, computers and nonpaper documents?
Uday Ali Pabrai, CISSP (ISSAP, ISSMP), CSCSTM, ECFirst.Com
Uday Ali Pabrai, CISSP (ISSAP, ISSMP), CSCSTM, is the chief executive of ecfirst.com, an Inc. 500 business and an organization exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association (AHA). A highly sought after information security and regulatory compliance expert, he has successfully delivered solutions on healthcare information technologies to organizations across the United States. Author of The Art of Information Security, he developed a unique security methodology called, BizShieldTM: The Seven Steps to Enterprise SecurityTM. Mr. Pabrai also established the industry’s first certification program on HIPAA – Certified HIPAA Professional (CHP) and Certified HIPAA Security SpecialistTM (CHSSTM). He recently launched the Certified Security Compliance SpecialistTM (CSCSTM) program. Mr. Pabrai’s clients have included hundreds of hospitals, long term care facilities, Microsoft, Kemin, Pella, Intuit, Principal Financial, U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, as well as numerous federal, state and county governments.
John Ebers, Sustainability Officer, Metro Health Care
John Ebers is a graduate of Aquinas College, where his studies focused on Sustainable Business Management, Political Science, and Environmental Studies. He has over five years experience in research and development of sustainable business practices. Since the spring of 2003, he has worked to develop Metro¹s approach to incorporate sustainability into its corporate philosophy. As a LEED Accredited Professional of the U.S. Green Building Council, Mr. Ebers assists with project goals for the Metro Health Village as they pertain to LEED certification.
Janet Brown, Hospitals for a Healthy Environment
Prior to joining H2E as the Partner Program Manager, Janet worked at Beth Israel in New York City for 13 years and implemented (among other things) HIPPA compliant paper and electronic recycling programs.
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