Few things are more exciting for a business owner than the prospect of inking a deal with a large client. Unfortunately, those deals can and will fall through due to a lack of cybersecurity and privacy compliance. To enter the US healthcare market, all companies that store or process sensitive data are expected to be privacy and HIPAA compliant and often have a HITRUST certification or SOC 2 audit. Compliance doesn’t apply to only med tech or software companies anymore – it impacts any medical device company that potentially gathers data as payers and providers push compliance responsibility back on their suppliers. For companies seeking to enter or grow in the US market, being compliant is not an option.
In this webinar, Kate Siegrist, Partner at EisnerAmper, outlines the approach she provides technology leaders and C-Suite executives to help them understand which compliance standard is the best solution for their business goals and timelines. She will outline the key differences and similarities among the frameworks and how to create a roadmap to achieve compliance with the least amount of delay and headache.
-Understand why, as a company entering the US healthcare market, you need to understand cybersecurity compliance
-Know what key healthcare compliance frameworks, terminology, and timelines you should factor in your business planning
-The three-step path to compliance – how to get there while minimizing cost or delay