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Cyber Security in the Digitally Connected Facility

Kurt Barrett

Intelligent Services Program Leader, Harshaw Trane

Kurt Barrett is the Intelligent Services Leader of Harshaw Trane and the current Louisville Energy Alliance chair. He is a graduate of Purdue University’s School of Engineering. As leader of Harshaw Trane’s Intelligent Services initiative, Kurt drives the development and implementation of innovations directly linked to the optimization of client facilities. These innovations assist clients with energy savings, risk mitigation, staff support/awareness, code compliance, continuous performance improvements and transparency to business outcomes. To date, Kurt has overseen the optimization and sustainability of over 800 buildings in Kentucky and Southern Indiana resulting in over 100 facilities achieving Energy Star status in 2017 alone. A key aspect of Intelligent Services is secure connectivity to cloud based data collection and analytics applications. Harshaw Trane’s Intelligent Services program currently collects in excess of 450,000 points of data every fifteen minutes from roughly 33 million square feet of client space. This presentation would also include a healthcare IT Director who will give best practices for dealing with external partners that have digital connections for building systems and equipment. Lastly, Chris Miller is the Director of IT for Harshaw Trane and assits our customers through connectivity and ensures the safety and security of our networks and our connected product and service offerings.

Abstract

This presentation will educate and relate best practices to create an awareness of the types of internet security issues being faced today. Discuss best practices for risk & liability mitigation. Relate practical solutions for implementation and contracting.

The Physical Environment, The Achilles Heel of Accreditation part I

Mike Canales photoMike Canales

Healthcare Facilities Leadership Program Director, Owensboro Community and Technical College

Mike Canales is a 30 year Healthcare Engineering Professional, who has worked as a Healthcare Facilities Director for 21 years. Currently serving as the program director for the Healthcare Facilities Leadership degree program at Owensboro Community and Technical College. Mike has been a long time ASHE member, earned his CHFM certification in 2003, and is a founding member and past president of the Virginia Society of Healthcare Engineers(VSHE). Mike has expertise in Clinical Engineering, Maintenance & Plant Operations, Security, Emergency Management, Project Management, Environmental Services, Telecommunications, Public Water Works, Leadership Development and Education. Mike is passionate about the professional development and advancement of healthcare facilities leaders from the entry level to the seasoned veteran.

Abstract

For many years, the physical environment has been by far the most significant area of accreditation findings in healthcare. Even worse, the top 10 findings have consistently been the same. The majority of these findings are very specific to the daily operations and activities of front line maintenance personnel.

In this presentation, technicians will examine the CMMS Healthcare Accreditation Annual Report with a focus on Physical Environment/Environment of Care operational non-compliance issues. A detailed understanding of these findings and how they directly relate to the daily activities of technicians will be conducted.

The connection between the underlying code and accreditation requirement will also be reviewed.

The intent is not only to raise awareness, but to educate attendee’s on what they can do to be a positive impact on safety and accreditation.

Active Shooter in the Hospital Environment - Is your Facility Prepared?

Lindsay Cline

Public Safety, Communications UC Health

Lindsay Cline is Manager of Public Safety Communications for UC Health where she manages the consolidated central communications and public safety dispatch centers for the health system and co-chairs emergency management at the corporate location. She has been a public safety professional for twelve years, previously serving in various law enforcement, emergency medical services, and emergency management capacities. She holds a master's degree in Criminal Justice and master's degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Cincinnati.

Abstract

This presentation will outline the events of the Active Shooter Event in Psychiatric Emergency Services at UC Health on December 21st, 2017 including the lessons learned from the event, managing staff - 1. Describe the events of the active shooter that occurred at UC Health and lessons learned from that event. 2. Describe how to manage the immediate aftermath of a hospital active shooter incident. 3. Describe how to manage the consequences of an active shooter incident both inside and outside of your organization.

Healthcare Energy Savings - Where to find Common No Cost & Low Cost

Eric DeLodder

Energy Engineer, Harshaw Trane

Eric DeLodder is a graduate of University of Louisville with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. With over 10 years of experience in the Energy field, Eric's professional experience has been primarily focused on serving the industrial and healthcare vertical markets by helping business manage their energy usage through the identification and implementation energy savings opportunities. While working in industrial Energy Efficiency, Eric become a certified ISO 50001 Auditor and trainer, in addition to becoming a Certified Energy Manager. Eric currently works for Harshaw Trane as an Energy Engineer, while still focusing on Industrial and Healthcare vertical markets.

Abstract

Understand Universal Energy Savings strategies - highlighted by real world examples. Learn how to identify and implement common no/low cost opportunities. Learn the fundamentals of opportunity identification and understand how to build business cases for advanced opportunities

If Disney Ran your Security Department

Russell Jones photoRussell Jones

Criminal Justice Professor, West Chester University

Russell Jones PhD, CHPA, CPP is a retired corporate security professional with over 35 years’ experience in Security, Safety and Emergency Management. He has led the security programs at numerous health systems to include Einstein Healthcare Network, University of Pennsylvania Health System and Hunterdon Healthcare System and has been a college professor for the past 30 years teaching criminal justice at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He is Past President and Board Member of the International Association of Healthcare Security and Safety and currently sits on their Governance and Ethics Committees. Russ received his Bachelor degree in criminal justice from East Stroudsburg University; his Master’s degree in Security Administration from Central Michigan University and his PhD in business administration from Century University. Russ is a National and International speaker and has authored over 50 articles related to the Healthcare Security and Safety Industry.

Abstract

If Disney Ran Your Security Department what would it look like? Managing a Healthcare Security Program can be one of the most challenging departments in any hospital. However it can be one of the most rewarding as well. Knowing that any given minute, changes in healthcare are constant and the ability to manage multiple levels requires a skill not always mastered. This program will give attendees a better understanding of how to build relationships using customer service techniques that will add value to your hospital and your surrounding community.

The program will remind us of all that once was good, and that can be again.

Changing Landscape of Healthcare Security - Past/Present/Future

Russell Jones photoRussell Jones

Criminal Justice Professor, West Chester University

Russell Jones PhD, CHPA, CPP is a retired corporate security professional with over 35 years’ experience in Security, Safety and Emergency Management. He has led the security programs at numerous health systems to include Einstein Healthcare Network, University of Pennsylvania Health System and Hunterdon Healthcare System and has been a college professor for the past 30 years teaching criminal justice at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He is Past President and Board Member of the International Association of Healthcare Security and Safety and currently sits on their Governance and Ethics Committees. Russ received his Bachelor degree in criminal justice from East Stroudsburg University; his Master’s degree in Security Administration from Central Michigan University and his PhD in business administration from Century University. Russ is a National and International speaker and has authored over 50 articles related to the Healthcare Security and Safety Industry.

Abstract

“Changing Landscape of Healthcare Security---Past/Present/ Future” Abstract of Presentation: With the ever changing internal and external expectations of healthcare security, today’s security professional must be able to accept and adapt to this environment. Healthcare is a highly regulated industry that does not slow down, and if we do not stay ahead of the change we will be left out of these exciting opportunities. This session will explore lessons learned from the past to develop a game plan for the future. We must anticipate this change in a positive way, in order to provide a true understanding of what healthcare security holds for our customer, staff and organization.

Leadership and Accountability When it Matters

Kirk Lippold

Former Commander of the USS Cole

Engaged leader, hands-on crisis management practitioner, and a go-to global security expert for major news networks, the former Commander of the USS Cole demonstrates the foundation for team success and time-critical decisions based on integrity.

Commander Kirk Lippold reveals how to lead teams to manage challenges and ensure success in a complex world where financial, security and global threats are of critical concern across industry sectors.

CDR Lippold was in command of the USS Cole when it was targeted by a deadly al Qaeda terrorist attack in 2000, 11 months before 9/11. His team training prior to the attack and unflappable leadership after galvanized his crew to action, resulting in lives and the ship being saved.

A compelling storyteller, CDR Lippold draws upon his Five Pillars of Leadership to offer strategies he learned and applied to instill integrity into his team members and mitigate crises throughout his naval career. With takeaways for organizations on assessing their own successes and failures to prepare for what the future may hold, his lessons learned can make the difference when it matters most.

Abstract

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MACRA MIPS for Healthcare Update

Jeff McKay

Business Development Executive, Medical Advantage Group

I have been in the healthcare industry for over 30 years. I have worked most of those years in distribution of medical supplies, equipment and services with companies such as Bergen Brunswig, McKesson and Henry Schein Medical. I have worked in all sectors of healthcare from hospital distribution to Long Term Care to surgery centers and physician practices. in the last year and a half I have worked with Medical Advantage Group a nationally recognized population health consulting company. Our specialty is mentoring our customers through the changes in healthcare to improve population health while lowering cost of care.

Abstract

The Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) went into effect in 2017, and it impacts payment for all clinicians who bill Medicare Part B services into the foreseeable future. This law is CMS’s attempt to adopt a value-based reimbursement model, while streamlining all CMS reporting programs under one umbrella. MAG’s presentation provides a high-level overview of MACRA basics, and the impact it is having on clinicians across the country.

Advanced VLookup

Brent Pacanowski

Director of Purchasing, Norton Healthcare

Brent Pacanowski has been a member of KSHPMM for more than ten years. He is a former President of KSHPMM and currently serves as Membership Director on the KSHPMM board. Pacanowski is the Director of Purchasing at Norton Healthcare and has been in Norton Healthcare supply chain for more than 15 years. He also serves as the Marketplace Chairman on Norton Healthcare’s Diversity and Inclusion Council. He earned his MBA through Bellarmine University’s Executive MBA program (2009).

Brandon Merrell

Project Capital Manager, Norton Healthcare

Brandon Merrell joined Norton Healthcare in 2015 as Project Capital Manager. Brandon began his career at Intel Corporation developing network-connected, automated test engineering frameworks on physical and virtual networks to validate software stacks at Intel’s Louisville-based, Wireless Research Facility. A Louisville native, Brandon attended the University of Louisville Speed School of Engineering and graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Computer Science.

Abstract

This presentation will show how to use VLookup to extract information from one source and place it into another (within Excel). Presenters will follow real life scenarios to show how to use VLookup to make cost savings review effective and easy. Once the end user becomes comfortable with the VLookup function, the presenters will discuss Standard vs. Array functions and will work through some examples on how to use.

Healthcare Threat Management Programs

Lisa Terry

Vice President, Healthcare Consulting, US Security Associates, Inc.

Lisa Terry, CHPA, CPP, possesses more than 20 years in police management and healthcare security leadership. She has most recently retired from her position of Director of Hospital Police and Transportation at UNC Hospitals. She is currently the Vice President of Healthcare Consulting for US Security Associates. She has served on the Raleigh, NC Police Department, as the Chief of Campus Police and Public Safety with WakeMed Health and Hospitals in Raleigh, NC and Chief of Police and Public Safety with Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. As former president and current Guidelines Council member of IAHSS, a member of the ASIS International Healthcare Council and the Group 4 Senior Regional Vice President, Lisa has been fortunate to collaborate with some of the country’s greatest minds in healthcare, security and police. She shares her knowledge, strategies, and lessons learned for successfully preventing and mitigating violence in her books “Preventing Violence in the Emergency Department” and “The Active Shooter Response Toolkit for Healthcare Workers.”

Abstract

"US hospitals and health systems expended approximately $2.7 billion responding to violence in 2016" (AHA). Unaddressed violence in healthcare results in more injury, illness, low morale, lost work days, job turnover, and law suits. Healthcare facilities should establish a process and multi-disciplinary team to identify, assess, validate, mitigate and respond to threats of violence or other behaviors of concern. What are the leading practice guidelines for building and maintaining a threat management program?

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