Meet The Team
Drew Rowley, MSM
Chief Information Officer
Drew Rowley is the Chief Information Officer at Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc. (HPS). Drew joined HPS in January of 2014 to support and improve the company’s information technology systems.
Drew received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Technology from Trevecca Nazarene University. He then attained a Master of Science in Management from Trevecca with a minor in Leadership. Drew is A+, Network+, and Security+ certified through the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). He began his career as a systems administrator with Tennessee Valley Authority. During his tenure with TVA he supported thousands of users, servers, and network appliances across a complex enterprise system.
Drew serves as the HIPAA Compliance Director and is a member of the executive management team at HPS. He is responsible for ensuring HPS abides by all HIPAA compliance standards in technology, education, and communication. He leads support, maintenance, and management of all IT systems and technology vendor relationships. Drew heads the HPS web design team. He directed the design, build, and migration of the current HPS website. Drew also formed and manages the HPS automation team. The HPS automation team uses software to develop complex routines that automate internal processes and procedures.
Drew can assist agencies with HIPAA security risk analyses, assembling business associate agreements, process and procedure manuals, and establishing a compliance education program.
Drew has firsthand experience in the following key areas:
- HIPAA Compliance and IT Security
- Managing Complex IT Systems
- Automation Design and Development
- Web Design and Development
- Search Engine Optimization
- Digital Marketing
- Brand Strategy
HIPAA has become an acronym synonymous with healthcare. We see it practiced and preached daily throughout the home care and hospice industry. However, too often breach notifications are at the top of our industry headlines. These breaches are costing our agencies time, money, and patient credibility. If we as agency owners, administrators, and employees understand the severity of a breach then why are breaches still occurring?