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Leveraging Advanced Mobile Security Innovation to Reduce Workflow-Related Stress and Burnout

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Duration: 1 hour

CHIME CEU Credits: 1


As workflow has rapidly migrated from hard-wired communications to shared mobile devices so has the increase in stress and burnout related to securely extracting data from those devices. Clinicians see cumbersome authentication protocols as obstacles in rapidly delivering the care their patients require. Fortunately, new advanced mobile security technologies have made it possible to greatly reduce these security speedbumps without sacrificing cyber reliability and compliance. 

This insightful webinar will focus on the following themes:

  1. Understanding the security and workflow challenges and benefits of shared mobile devices
  2. What’s new – and compliant – in biometrics and other mobile authentication modalities?
  3. Can a mobile strategy help with EHR optimization?
  4. Building a business case for your mobile strategy











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Kent Hoyos

VP of Information Technology and

Chief Information Officer,

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

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Lisa Cocores, MSN, RN, CMSRN

Nurse Manager Medsurg 5,

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Kent G. Hoyos is the Vice President of Information Technology / Chief Information Officer at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC).  He has been an associate at Pomona Valley for 28 years, beginning his career at PVHMC as a Decision Support Analyst.  Kent began leading the Information Services department in 2000 and was appointed the first Chief Information Officer at PVHMC in May of 2005.

Kent has a Bachelor of Science from California State Polytechnic University at Pomona in Accounting and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of La Verne.

Lisa Cocores worked for PVHMC for 23 years as an RN in the medsurg specialty, in management for the last 16 years.

Received her Bachelors in nursing from Azusa Pacific University and her Masters in nursing leadership from Western Governors University.


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Jose Baldivia

Systems Analyst - Information Services Department,

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Lorren Pettit

Lorren Pettit

Senior Director,

CHIME's Digital Health Analytics

Jose Baldivia is an associate at PVHMC for 13 years and has held several positions within the Information Services Department from Service Desk Technician, Desktop Engineer, Clinical Support Liaison, Systems Analyst.

Jose played a crucial role in the Imprivata Mobile Access & Control (formerly Ground Control) project's success, from liaising with vendors to developing a demo version and receiving highly positive feedback from multiple nursing areas.




Lorren Pettit is a healthcare data scientist, researcher and strategist with more than thirty years of experience in various sectors of the healthcare ecosystem. With extended tenures in some of healthcare’s most renown organizations to include Vizient, Press Ganey, and HIMSS, Mr. Pettit’s “fingerprints” are all over some of the most significant efforts influencing the delivery of healthcare throughout the world. At present, Lorren oversees CHIME’s Digital Health Most Wired survey program.

Mr. Pettit completed his undergraduate work at the University of Winnipeg before completing a Master’s of Science in Gerontology from Baylor University (Waco, TX) and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Dallas (Dallas, TX). He is the author of three digital health textbooks and the historical novel Of Savages And Beasts, nominated by the Manitoba Historical Society for the prestigious Margaret McWilliams 2022 book of the year award, Canada’s oldest literary award.



Sean Kelly, MD

Chief Medical Officer and

SVP Healthcare Strategy,


Dr. Sean Kelly is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Sr. VP of Customer Strategy for Healthcare at Imprivata, where he leads the company’s Clinical Workflow team and advises on the clinical practice of healthcare IT security. In addition, Dr. Kelly practices emergency medicine at Beth Israel Lahey Health and is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, part time, at Harvard Medical School. Trained at Harvard College, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Vanderbilt University, Dr. Kelly is board certified in Emergency Medicine and is a Fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians.

With a passion for bridging the gap between business and medicine, Dr. Kelly is focused on delivering the best patient care possible with technology that works for clinicians, not against them. He is a member of the College of Information Health Management Executives (CHIME) Board of Trustees and is the Chair of the CHIME Opioid Task Force Clinical Advisory Group, a team of health IT leaders committed to leveraging technology to curb the Opioid Crisis, prevent addiction and save lives. The group published the CIO/CMIO Playbook, a practical framework for implementing IT solutions to reduce morbidity and mortality from opioid addiction and overdoses.

CHIME CEU Certification

Leveraging advanced mobile security innovation to reduce workflow-related stress and burnout webinar presented by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has approved this event for 1 CHIME CEU towards the following certification programs:

  • Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) Program
  • CHIME Foundation Certified Healthcare Executives, (CFCHE) Program
  • Certified Healthcare Information Security Leaders (CHISL) Program
  • Certified Digital Health (CDH) Program

Certificate holders may claim their CEUs from this program by entering them on the CHIME website at Continuing Education Credits (CEUS)


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