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1. Secure Healthcare: Protecting Patient Privacy and Data Integrity. Cybersecurity for Healthcare Professionals and Risk Management in Oral Surgery (Category 1);
 
2. Precision in Practice: Risk Mitigation in Dental Implant Surgery (Category 2); and
 
3. Oral Cancer Care Evolved: Updates for Today’s Practitioner (Category 2).

 

8:30AM - 3:30PM

Friday, November 8, 2024

6 CE POINTS

Presented by: Dr. Ian Furst, DDS, MSc, RCDC(C)

 

Where: Ottawa Conference and Event Centre

200 Coventry Road

Ottawa, Ontario K1K 4S3

 

Course Outlines:
 
1. Secure Healthcare: Protecting Patient Privacy and 
Data Integrity, Cybersecurity for Healthcare 
Professionals and Risk Management in Oral Surgery
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION - Category 1 
Few domains of dentistry cause as much angst as oral surgery because of the potential for significant complications. Whether it's dry socket or death, teams need to know how to manage the hazards involved. This lecture will look at the risks involved with surgical procedures, then work backward to help learners understand how to evaluate, prioritize, minimize, monitor, and control the probability of unfortunate events. 
 
2. Precision in Practice: Risk Mitigation in Dental Implant Surgery 

COURSE DESCRIPTION - Category 2 
This lecture dives into the surgical intricacies of dental implant placement, emphasizing the importance of accurate diagnosis, recognizing high-risk scenarios, understanding relevant anatomy, and meticulous treatment planning. Dr. Furst will also detail specific surgical techniques, providing insights to enhance safety and success rates in implant surgery, guiding professionals towards more precise and effective outcomes.
 
3. Oral Cancer Care Evolved: Updates for Today's Practitioner
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION - Category 2 
This session, led by an experienced oral surgeon, focuses on updating practitioners on oral cancer's evolving risk factors, advancements in diagnostic techniques, effective monitoring strategies, and an overview of current treatment approaches. It's designed to equip dentists with the latest knowledge, enhancing their role in early detection and collaborative care in the fight against oral cancer. 
 

Biography

Dr. Ian Furst is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon with offices in southwest Ontario. He is on staff at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, practices at Coronation Dental Specialty Group, teaches with the graduate Oral Surgery at the University of Toronto and is an editorial consultant to JCDA.

 
In addition to his professional commitments, Dr. Ian Furst is deeply engaged in humanitarian work. As a volunteer with the Swisscross Foundation in Zurich, Switzerland, he serves as both a staff surgeon and Chief Executive Officer. Beyond administrative responsibilities,

Dr. Ian Furst commits his time to missions abroad, in countries regions such as Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, where he helps provide reconstructive surgery for people affected by war. 

 

 

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CE Event - Dr. Ian Furst - Category 1 and Category 2 (1 Morning Course and 2 Afternoon Courses) - November 8, 2024

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  • Friday Nov 08 2024, 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
    200 Coventry Road
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Canada
    K1K 4S3

Event Workshops

Dr. Ian Furst - Secure Healthcare: Protecting Patient Privacy And Data Integrity. Cybersecurity For Healthcare Professionals And Risk Management In Oral Surgery (8:30 A.m. - 12:00 P.m.) - MORNING - Cat 1

November 8, 2024  08:30 - 12:00
Fee: $0.00
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Secure Healthcare: Protecting Patient Privacy and Data Integrity. Cybersecurity for Healthcare Professionals and Risk Management in Oral Surgery

Dr. Ian Furst

MORNING SESSION
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
CATEGORY 1

In the dental office, we often think about hygiene, prevention, infection and disease. We know that viruses and disease are ubiquitous, and no one is immune from the threat of illness. Like in life, the cyber landscape is full of risk. Decision-makers need to think in clinical terms about their information technology infrastructure. Systems should not be thought of as either clean or infected, but in terms of a wellness model that considers susceptibility, resilience, wellness, vulnerability to infection and recoverability.
This course will help decision-makers understand how to protect the integrity of digital records, and how their networks store and access data. It will give them a checklist based framework, from a clinicians perspective, to guide discussions with their IT professionals, create policies in the office, and place an emphasis on multiple, overlapping and mutually supportive defensive systems that balance benefits, risks and costs.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Identify what falls into patient data, and if it’s integrity is “intact”

  • Identify how IT is currently being used, the physical make up of an IT network, and key policies that need to be in place.

  • Identify the core assets in their own practice that need protection and identify the most-significant threats to their business • Learn what to discuss with IT professionals, as a decision-maker, to build a threat-based, layered and defensive network architecture.

 

Biography

Dr. Ian Furst is Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon from Waterloo, Ontario. He is a partner at Coronation Dental Specialty Group, a staff surgeon at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, a clinical instructor for the graduate surgery program at the University of Toronto, and surgeon for the Swisscross Foundation where he provides humanitarian reconstructive surgery for people wounded in war.

Dr. Furst has served as president of the Ontario Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and the Ontario Association of Dental Anaesthesia. A forensic consultant to the Huron & Perth County coroners, a board member to the Information and Communications Technology Council of Canada’s National Cybersecurity Leadership Council, a subject expert and editor for Wikipedia Project Medicine, and currently serves as Swisscross’s Chief Executive Officer.