CyberSecurity Workshop 2004 LaLonde

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Published on January 15, 2009

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Health Information Technology andCybersecurity: : Health Information Technology andCybersecurity: A Federal Perspective The Role of the Office of Management and Budget : The President’s E-Government Initiatives The Role of the Office of Management and Budget The Office of Management and Budget: Implementation of the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) and Development of the President’s Budget Oversee progress of federal agencies, and work with them on implementation issues Give input on policy initiatives Tie agency budget to performance results and The Information Policy and Technology (IPT) Division, and the Office of E-government (E-gov) : The President’s E-Government Initiatives The Information Policy and Technology (IPT) Division, and the Office of E-government (E-gov) The PMA includes initiatives in 5 areas: Strategic Management of Human Capital Competitive Sourcing Improved Financial Performance Expanded E-Government Budget and Performance Integration Each quarter, agencies are evaluated on progress and status in each of the 5 areas on a scorecard. The scorecard is one tool that is used to convey direction to agencies in the areas of cybersecurity as well as health IT. Federal Investment in Health IT and Cybersecurity : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Federal Investment in Health IT and Cybersecurity Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA): Lines of Business (LOB) help to ensure the federal government is making wise IT investment decisions. Systems should be: Non-duplicative Working towards interoperability through use of open standards Compliant with law and policy: HIPAA, NIST guidance, OMB budget Guidance, etc. Analysis is conducted to look for opportunities to combine systems and business processes; and to deploy common solutions. Federal “Lines of Business” : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Federal “Lines of Business” Specific e-government initiatives are included within these Lines of Business. LOB and project descriptions can be found at: How is Health IT and Cybersecurity Connected? : The President’s E-Government Initiatives How is Health IT and Cybersecurity Connected? For federally owned systems, Some important points of intersection include: Capital Planning requirements: OMB guidance Federal Information Security Management Act Compliance: NIST guidance, OMB reporting, Reporting to Congress Privacy Act Compliance and Reporting HIPAA Compliance: CMS rules and regulations Alignment to the National Health IT Strategic Framework: ONCHIT Relationship Between Federal Systems and Private Sector Systems : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Relationship Between Federal Systems and Private Sector Systems We’ve talked mostly about the development of the federally owned systems… Why should the private sector & academia care? Common requirements & regulation of clinical data HIPAA Security Standards Medicare Reform, Medicare Part D Need for interoperability between systems Standards development Security requirements to connect to a federal system (FISMA) Need to develop tools and processes to protect privacy and security as new technology is deployed and information flow becomes easier Requirements in grant solicitations, contracts, etc. Development of the National Health Information Network – Eventually, we will all be sharing information! Executive Order on Health IT : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Executive Order on Health IT President’s Executive Order – E.O. 13335 Recognizes the need for an infrastructure to improve quality of care Establishes the position of the National Coordinator Tasks the new office with creating a framework Requires HHS, VA, and DOD to report on possible approaches Goal of Electronic Health Records in 10 years Result: The National Framework Some discussion of regional components Strategic goals and key actions Includes reports from DoD, VA, and OPM Provides for collaboration and input from both the government and the private sector Recent Developments : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Recent Developments Office of the National Health Information Technology Coordinator at the Department of Health and Human Services The Health IT Framework for Strategic Action Listserve Updates on the Federal Health Architecture, and adopted health data standards Look for updates and future guidance on regional development Request for Information released on Monday, November 15 Due in 60 days Asks for suggestions on how to deploy, operate and sustain a health information network Can be submitted by individuals, consortium, industry… anyone! Funding Opportunities : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Funding Opportunities There are plenty of opportunities for research funding ideas… Can browse by category, find opportunities, and apply… There are opportunities for different types of research and training in Heath IT and cybersecurity: some technical, some clinical, some programmatic. The following slides offer some more specific information, resources and programs to generate ideas. Slide 11: The President’s E-Government Initiatives Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality at the Department of Health and Human Services and Information on some Health IT grants Examples of collaborative efforts the demonstrated operational capability Recipients of past HIT grants awarded by ARHQ, listed by state Also look for general information on increasing health quality Slide 12: The President’s E-Government Initiatives Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services at the Department of Health and Human Services Information on Medicare Reform Act and HIPAA Proposed regulations for Implementing the Prescription Drug benefit Information on how to partner with CMS, and how to get specific training Slide 13: The President’s E-Government Initiatives Food and Drug Administration at the Department of Health and Human Services and Information on Compliance with drug labeling requirements Information on use of radiofrequency ID tags Slide 14: The President’s E-Government Initiatives National Institute of Science and Technology at the Department of Commerce Advanced Technology Program supports “high risk” projects in all business sectors… including health care Information on past grant recipients and past application procedures Slide 15: The President’s E-Government Initiatives National Library of Medicine at the Department of Commerce Health IT research & Development Training opportunities for students and clinicians Various Resources : The President’s E-Government Initiatives Various Resources There are many more, but here is a start:

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