As more healthcare providers integrate personal devices in their practices, there’s a growing risk of HIPAA violations with sensitive patient images. Here’s how to protect patient privacy.
Jonathan Landry is an Emergency Medicine physician who completed his residency training at Albert Einstein Medical Center and International Emergency Medicine Fellowship at George Washington University. Through Jonathan’s clinical practice he has identified a number of mobile communication improvements that would benefit the delivery of quality care. As a result, he has founded and is the CEO of My Mobile HC, and patented the first product mobile "SmartCase" that secures mobile devices. Jonathan has extensive experience lecturing on emergency medicine in international contexts, trauma systems, and global public health issues. He has been a clinical volunteer in South America, Asian and African countries. Aside from his clinical and academic offerings, he speaks Spanish as well as some French and Portuguese. Jonathan is based in Sharon, CT and Brooklyn, NY. Currently he works for HealthQuest health systems. In his spare time he likes to travel, motorcycle, dance, and enjoys art. He is also an armchair space nerd and follows Elon Musk and the race to future space propulsion technologies. Currently he is finishing up an MBA from George Washington University.
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Keith Aumiller is a Data Services Management Consultant with an MBA in marketing from Olin Business school (Washington University in St. Louis). He has more than a decade of managing projects, time and materials for multi-billion dollar financial service organizations. Keith has managed and consulted on machine learning systems responsible for Account Level Profitability analysis and forecasting. Affiliated with the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, he takes great joy in delivering his expertise on machine learning and expert systems. As a past time, Keith is on the Board of Directors for both USAF Cargo Plane Loader Handheld Device and Mentoring Matching Software. Keith lives in Philadelphia with his family.
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Bryan Matsinger is a senior business development executive with 10 years of IT solution engineering experience and over 20 years’ experience in marketing, sales and business development, primarily focused on healthcare and life sciences. At the start of his career, he served as a direct contributor in marketing, sales and pre-sales solutioning capacities, receiving numerous achievements and awards for his contributions. More recently Bryan has managed national sales teams and served as the national healthcare SME and the strategic pursuit lead for a Fortune 500 IT services organization. Bryan's ability to engage and connect with senior level executives results in mutually beneficial relationships and successful partnerships. Bryan is originally from the Greater Philadelphia area and currently resides in Northern New Jersey with his Bryan enjoys the outdoors, whether running, biking, boating or watching his sons’ soccer matches and cross country meets. As an avid runner, Bryan has competed in numerous races.
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