Last week, The Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) hosted a Mobile Devices Roundtable with the public, industry, and subject matter experts to discuss how to better safeguard health information while using mobile devices. For those that were not able to attend or watch the webcast, the ONC has now made these videos available to the public. Below is all of the videos from the entire event available to watch in one place.
The ONC also invites you to provide input on mobile devices’ uses and the current and emerging privacy and security best practices regarding protecting and securing health information while using mobiledevices. In conjunction with the input gathered during the Mobile Devices Roundtable: Safeguarding Health Information event, your input will help inform the development of an effective and practical way to bring awareness and understanding to those in the clinical sector regarding protecting and securing health information while using mobile devices.
The ONC wants your input on a series of questions. The online public comment period will remain open untilFriday, March 30, 2012.
ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable: Opening Introduction Video
The National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, Dr. Farzad Mostashari, MD, delivers the opening remarks.
ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable: Panel 1
Chief Privacy Officer, Joy Pritts, moderates Panel 1 at the ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable. Panel 1 focused on the impact that state and federal regulations have on the use of mobile devices to access and store health information.
ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable: Panel 2
Panel #2 was focused around real world practices used by providers and other professionals to safeguard health information when using mobile devices.
ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable: Panel 3
Panel #3 was focused around the challenges and expectations that providers and other health care professionals have related to using mobile devices in their every day work lives.
ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable: Closing Remarks
Chief Privacy Officer, Joy Pritts, presents the closing remarks at the ONC Mobile Devices Roundtable.