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Date:
June 9
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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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One of the top threats to the country is data security and health care organizations aren’t immune to that threat.

In this session, URAC’s President and CEO, Shawn Griffin, MD, and URAC’s Chief Information Officer, Maggie Cornett, RN, MS, will lead a discussion about protecting organizations’ and patients’ data while working across health systems, practices and clinics to improve care.

They’ll review the large and small things to consider when sharing your data with other health organizations and how ultimately, the safe sharing of data can lead to improved patient outcomes and better care.

Download the Webinar Slide Deck Here.


Speakers

Shawn Griffin, MD, FAAFP, President and CEO, URACShawn Griffin, MD, FAAFP, President & CEO of URAC

Dr. Shawn Griffin is the first physician to serve as President & CEO for URAC, the leading independent, nonprofit accreditation organization in the United States.

Before URAC, Dr. Griffin served as the Vice President for Clinical Performance Improvement and Applied Analytics at Premier Inc. Dr. Griffin spent close to eight years in the role of Chief Quality and Informatics Officer with Memorial Hermann Physician Network in Houston, Texas. Dr. Griffin has also served as the Chief Medical Information Officer for both Baylor College of Medicine and Heartland Regional Medical Center.

Dr. Griffin is a graduate of Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa. Dr. Griffin was trained in Rural Family Medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians

Maggie Cornett, MS, Chief Information OfficerMaggie Cornett, MS, Chief Information Officer

Is a registered nurse, working as a nursing assistant in the same nursing home as her mother, and also worked as a child aide with mentally handicapped children. After working as an RN for several years, Maggie became interested in computers, which, at that time, were just coming into the health care setting beyond the financial. Maggie figured out that if health systems were to be successful, they would need someone to “translate” healthcare workflows to the programmers, she started taking computer programming classes. Which lead to becoming a systems analyst, assisting in the design and implementation of a system at Georgetown Hospital. Later, working for Inova Health System, she started as an analyst, leaving 22 years later as the vice president of applications to come to URAC as CIO.