Just signed up for ISC2 "official" training class for HCISPP. I've been in security engineering (firewalls, network security, VPN, IPS) for almost 20 years - with the last 12 in Healthcare IT. I've been a "security analyst" (IR, Security Policy, Endpoint EPP/EDR, Advanced malware protection, DLP) officially now for 2.5 years. I've been studying on/off again for almost 3 years for CISSP and just keep procrastinating. My employer (a midsized Healthcare system) offered to pay for the HCISPP out of end of year 2017 budget and I thought "why not?" I'm hoping to burn through it (class on 2/19) and use it as motivation for wrapping up CISSP.
Any thoughts on exam or advice on banging it out? I'm waiting on ISC2 book. I'm already reading through:
"Healthcare Information Security and Privacy" - Sean P. Murphy
Any online resources recommended?