The Medical Device Risk Management webinar is scheduled for May 2 from 12:30 - 2 pm MT (1:30 - 3 p.m. CT)
Medical device risk management and assessment activities support hospitals’ and health systems’ efforts to create secure medical device networks for patient safety and privacy. This webinar will explain methods for risk management and assessment across the device life cycle. It will explain how the medical device risk assessment platform (MDRAP) facilitates assessments, education of staff and assessment sharing.
- Describe risk management and assessment methodologies across the life cycle of medical devices, from design to retirement
- Explain risk management and assessment methodologies to support hospital and health system medical device network design
- Discuss trends in the medical device procurement process and understand challenges and risks in common procurement processes and discuss strategies to mitigate the risks
is intended for all stakeholders with interest in or responsibility for the cybersecurity and data protection in the health care environment. This includes executive leadership, clinical leadership, biomedical staff, IT security and governance leaders.
Phillip M. Englert, National Director of Technology Operations – Physical Asset Services, Catholic Health Initiatives
A recognized thought leader responsible for developing and delivering support initiatives for health care technology, Englert leads medical device cybersecurity initiatives, a medical device self-insurance extended warranty program and the business resilience team for Catholic Health Initiatives. He has activity collaborated with HHS, FDA, NH-ISAC and several manufacturers and health care providers to advance the cyber information sharing in the health care community. Englert leads collaborative efforts with emergency management and information technology infrastructure leaders to support business continuity planning at CHI care delivery facilities and supporting services. Englert, a Thomas More College graduate, has worked for Catholic Health Initiatives since 1994 and has more than 31 years of experience in technical service and management of health care and scientific technologies.
Ken Hoyme, Distinguished Scientist, Adventium Labs
Hoyme has more than 30 years’ experience in the design and development of safety-critical, real-time, fault-tolerant and secure systems in a variety of regulated domains, including medical systems, commercial and military avionics, industrial automation and space systems. He is a recognized expert in the field of systems engineering. Hoyme is the co-chair of the AAMI Device Security working group, which is developing guidance for the application of medical safety risk standard ISO 14971 to security risk management and serves on AAMI’s Systems Engineering Advisory Board. At Adventium Labs, Hoyme’s research focus was on safety and security-critical architectures and risk management methods for cyberphysical systems in a variety of domains, including medical devices.
Steve Abrahamson, Senior Director of Product Security, GE Healthcare
Abrahamson is senior director of product security at GE Healthcare. He leads the GE Healthcare Product Cyber Security organization in development and implementation of the GE Healthcare Design Engineering Privacy and Security process across all global product lines, as well as development of security systems and tools, integration of security within strategic software programs and development of collaborative approaches with customers, regulators and industry groups. He has promoted systemic risk-based approaches for health care security through frequent speaking engagements including the FDA Workshop on Collaborative Approaches for Healthcare Cyber Security, US Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board, National Academy of Sciences Innovation Forum, HHS/NIST HIPAA Security Conference, HIMSS, mHealth, Advmed, AAMI and the SANS Healthcare Cybersecurity Summit, and recently served as chairperson for the Medical Device Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation Conference.
Registration fee: $195 for CHA members, $245 for associate members and $295 for non-members. The deadline to register is Friday, April 28.
Webinar Instructions and Materials
Prior to the webinar, you will receive instructions for accessing the webinar, along with the slide presentation via email. If your email address changes, you do not receive an email with instructions from CHA or if you are unable to download or open presentation materials, please contact CHA prior to the webinar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.489.1630.