Healthcare Under Attack: Tools for Combating Insider and
Third-Party Cybersecurity Risks
Kevin Harried, Chief Risk Officer, One Call Care Management
Adam Solandor, Partner, Epstein, Becker, Green
11 a.m. - 12: 15 p.m.
Patient data and cybersecurity are growing concerns, especially because the healthcare industry
is a preferred hacker target and the management of workers’ comp claims frequently requires
sharing sensitive claimant data among service providers. The presenters will provide best practices
and discuss technologies for avoiding internal staff errors, managing supply chain partners, and
thwarting hackers intent on breaching healthcare and claims management’s interconnected
environment. Plus, you’ll discover new certification standards appropriate for claims-service
providers and ongoing vendor assessments for limiting cyber exposures.
• Recognize emerging cyberattack threats and data breaches in
Telehealth’s Emerging Role in Workers’ Compensation
• Employ practical solutions to mitigate cyber risks regardless
of budget constraints
• Determine cybersecurity environments of third-party vendors
Ann Schnure, VP of Telemed, Concentra
2: 30 - 3: 45 p.m.
Possible uses of telemedicine in workers’ comp are expanding. But implementing telehealth
requires understanding the limitations and challenges as well as the potential benefits and positive
outcomes. The appropriate applications for an employer’s workforce, technology requirements,
medical-provider relations, regulations and vendor selection are among the considerations.
There is also a need to link systems with an employer’s processes and return-to-work efforts. This
session will review those considerations for offering telemedicine as a care-delivery choice for
injuries that are appropriate.
• Cite the potential advantages of utilizing telehealth in workers’ comp
Thursday, Dec. 6
• Distinguish telemedicine’s limitations in occupational medicine
• Examine an employer’s perspective on telehealth’s treatment
of employee injuries
Insur Tech, Artificial Intelligence and New Technologies
Impacting the Claims World
Jeff White, SVP Workers’ Compensation, Gallagher Bassett
10: 45 - 11: 45 a.m. [Repeated at 4: 15 - 5: 15 p.m.]
The pace of change in claims and risk management persists at an ever-increasing rate with
disruption driven by Insur Tech entities and the advanced technologies they’re providing insurance
operations. Join one of the workers’ compensation industry’s most popular speakers on
technology-driven change. Jeff White will demonstrate how insurers currently apply Insur Tech and
tools like artificial intelligence, highlighting their potentially disruptive impact on risk management
and claims over the next three to five years.
• Infer what niches are targeted for disruption
• Associate how artificial intelligence and fresh technologies are
revolutionizing claims operations
• Predict how risk managers’ and claims professionals’ work will evolve
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