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This WEDI Regional Affiliate meeting will feature guest speaker Rylla C. Riverman, RN, MBA. CHCQM, CISM, CGEIT. She will be presenting on The Top 5 Things to Know About The 2014 Edition ONC HIT Certification Program (AKA MU Stage Two) including: • Understanding the Major Differences Between the 2011 Program and the 2014 Program • Gap Certification • Price Transparency • Base EHR vs Complete EHR • Safety Enhanced Design • Quality Management System Rylla C. Riverman is a registered nurse, board certified by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. In addition, she is a Fellow with the American Institute of Healthcare Quality, a Certified Information Security Manager, and Certified in Governance of Enterprise Information Technology As a consultant, she is well known in the areas of Healthcare IT and Information Security with special interests in healthcare policy (ARRA), security policy, healthcare privacy & security, privacy & security incident management, and security control frameworks. She has consulted for the Certification Commission of Healthcare IT (CCHIT) for the past three years, working with the certification of EHRs for the 2011 and 2014 Editions of the ONC HIT Certification Programs and Bradson Consulting on EHRs. Her experience included VP Product Management at ETHIX Managed Care in the 1990’s. With an interest in information technology, she joined a small start-up company designing an electronic medical record and tablet PC for Home Health. Her career continued, building a physician office EMR, now a part of GE Centricity Healthcare. She joined Providence Health and Services as Director of Healthcare Administrative Systems for Providence Oregon for several years, then promoted to serve Providence’s 29 hospitals and more than 66,000 employees, physicians, and students in five western states as Director of Enterprise Security Operations. Today she manages her consulting practice, Gorylla, Inc.