The Healthcare industry generates huge amounts of information every day in the form of X-rays, MRIs, patient records, hospital quality control audits, and doctor-to-doctor and doctor-to-patient communications. All these content types (and more) are possible targets during lawsuits and eDiscovery response.
Many of these record types are captured and managed within provider systems that enable relatively easy search, legal hold, collection, and production when needed. However, as healthcare providers adopt a more “connected” approach to providing health services and roll out new forms of communications and collaboration capabilities, attorneys are targeting them as well during eDiscovery.
Join Actiance experts for this thought provoking on demand webinar as we review and discuss this move to a more “connected” environment and what this means for eDiscovery risks and costs.
Specifically, you will learn:
- The impact of new regulatory requirements around information retention and security
- How the newly amended federal rules of civil procedure impact new communications technologies in the healthcare industry
- Best practices for integrating, and ensuring new communications and collaboration technologies to guarantee regulatory and legal compliance
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Robert Cruz, Senior Director of Information Governance, Actiance, Inc.
Mr. Cruz leverages more than 20 years of Silicon Valley experience in providing thought leadership on emerging topics including cloud computing, information governance, and Discovery cost and risk reduction. Prior to Actiance, Mr. Cruz was Senior Director of Information Archiving & eDiscovery for Proofpoint, Inc. Earlier in his career, Mr. Cruz served in a variety of sales and marketing roles at Electronic Evidence Discovery (EED), FileNet/IBM, BroadVision and Hewlett-Packard. Mr. Cruz holds an MBA degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.