Saturday is 4/4 actually.
Scot Lovejoy RPh. CHC CHPC
Chief Pharmacy Officer
9 Campus Drive, 2nd Floor East
Parisippany, N.J. 07054
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In our network, Compliance is a totally separate department from Security. We have a Compliance Director and then we have a Security Director. Our IT department covers security. As much as I think we should interact more and work on projects together, truth is we are very segregated and only work together when necessary. That would be mostly with access reports. So, having said that, I would like us to discuss a "Risk Assessment" from strictly a Compliance standpoint, since we have no control over security. Maybe somebody else has similar challenges?
Vicky Roe, RN CHC CPMA
Southeast Georgia Health System, Inc.
2415 Parkwood Drive, Brunswick, GA 31520
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