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Stephanie Twomey

Stephanie Twomey has
Experience Dating to 2000
and the Right Combination
of Expertise and Involvement
to Ensure that ACSI’s Healthcare
Compliance Program Equips our
Employees with the Right Knowledge
Necessary to Produce a
Healthcare Compliance Edge

for Our Clients.

Stephanie Twomey has experience dating to 2000 working various phases of healthcare, including pharmaceutical sales, charity assistance, retail and hospital pharmacy operations, project management, healthcare information exchange and EHR integration, and consulting.

Stephanie received a Master of Science degree in Health Law with a Legal Regulatory Compliance specialization from Nova Southeastern University and began her Healthcare Compliance career with a Health Information Exchange provider, applying her knowledge of technology to assist in ensuring product development and interoperability standards met the rigors of HIPAA, HITECH, OMNIBUS, and other state regulations.

Stephanie is also a member of The American Health Lawyer’s Association (AHLA) and holds the (ISC) 2 Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) certification.

Since joining the ACSI team in 2015, Stephanie has acquired debt collection operations and compliance experience from the network of experts within the company, as well as in the ARM industry. In addition to holding the position of Healthcare Compliance Director, she serves as the Information Security Program Coordinator working with the Chief Information Officer to ensure internal and external audits are streamlined and the program evolves as the IT landscape changes. 

In her capacity as Information Security Program Coordinator, Stephanie is responsible for ensuring ACSI’s systems and client data is protected from breaches, misuse, or wrongful disclosure; staying abreast of new or potential security threats; and ensuring compliance with information security requirements, including the Federal Information Security Management Act, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Red Flags Rule, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act to list a few.