WEBINAR

Security, compliance + risk: Finding the right healthcare RCM partner

June 13   11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ET

Scott Ruthe Headshot

Scott Ruthe,
VP of Security
Waystar

Rajan Odayar Headshot

Rajan Odayar,
EVP, Digital, Information and Cybersecurity Officer
Waystar

Picking a healthcare RCM partner is a massive decision — and one that holds even more weight after this year's cyberattack.

As you start vetting vendors, how do you know what to expect? What questions should you ask about security, compliance, and risk management? And what red flags should you try to spot now to ensure you won’t have to repeat this process in a few years?

Join this webinar to unlock insight directly from Waystar’s security experts. In less than an hour, we’ll break down:

  • How recent cybersecurity events have refocused vendor-selection requirements
  • The right questions to ask about security, compliance, and risk mitigation
  • What to evaluate during vendor review and at third-party audits

Meet our experts
With more than 45 years of experience in IT, Scott Ruthe has been building security programs for healthcare and finance for more than two decades. His risk-based approach relies on NIST CSF principles: govern, identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover. Prior to becoming VP of Cybersecurity at Waystar, Ruthe was Chief Information Security Officer for Ciox Health, led information security and business continuity planning (BCP) for Healthcare Solutions and S1, and served as a Cryptologic Technician in the U.S. Navy.

Rajan Odayar has more than 20 years of technology experience in global, large-scale, and complex business transformation initiatives. Specializing in fintech, financial services, and healthcare, Odayar has a proven track record of building robust global security infrastructures for companies with high transaction volumes. He holds an MBA, MS in computer science, CIO/CTO/CISO/COO and CDO 4.0 certifications, and he’s completed executive management programs at Stanford, Harvard, Chicago Booth School of Business, MIT, and Columbia. He is an alumnus of Cambridge, Oxford, Kellogg Business School, and Texas A&M.

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