2018 AHIA Southeastern Regional Seminar
Emory Conference Center Hotel, Atlanta GA
December 7, 2018
AHIA Regional Seminars provide a forum for Healthcare internal auditors to network and interact with their peers, to share internal audit best practices, and to strengthen the profession of Healthcare internal auditing.
Who Should Attend:
Internal Audit, Finance and Compliance Professionals.
These sessions are designed to be highly interactive to promote attendee participation and sharing of internal audit best practices. Attendees will learn about current healthcare internal audit topics, audit approaches and techniques and best practices.
CPE: 6 credits
Regional Seminar Flyer
Seminar Location & Hotel Information:
Emory Conference Center Hotel
1615 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30329
Attendance is complimentary thanks to our sponsors DHG Healthcare.
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8:00 AM Registration/Networking Breakfast
8:30 AM Welcome and Event Announcements
8:40 AM Research Administration – What You Need to Know
Mike Bordoni, Partner, Dixon Hughes Goodman
9:30 AM Assessing and Addressing the Risks of Community Partners’ to Patient Data
Derek Robinson, Director of Health System Audit, Duke University
Ian Sterrett, Health IT Audit Manager, Duke University
10:20 AM BREAK
10:35 AM General Data Protection Regulation – What Should We be Doing Today?
Tony Guice, Director of Internal Audit, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Robert M. Keenan, III, Healthcare and Data Security and Privacy, King & Spalding
11:25 AM Auditing Vendor Third-Party Risk
Michael Lisenby, Managing Partner, Rausch Advisory Services, LLC
Pierre Dait, Principal, Rausch Advisory Services, LLC
12:15 PM NETWORKING LUNCH
1:15 PM Profiles in Leadership
Bill Mulcahy, CPA, CIA, CEO, Mulcahy Consulting and President of the IIA Atlanta Chapter
2:05 PM Ethics Gone Wrong
Debi Weatherford, Executive Director Internal Audit, Piedmont Healthcare
2:55 PM Closing Comments/Drawing/Adjourn
Continuing Professional Education Credits:
AHIA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.