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Healthcare facilities continually face both physical and cyber threats. They must be prepared to protect both patients and their information.
These five security practices help organizations address imminent risks to data privacy, keep pace with continually evolving threats & protect patients’ personal information.
When a medical practice decides to outsource billing, a key priority is choosing a reputable vendor they can trust with their patient’s medical information.
Secure mobile messaging in healthcare settings can be an effective way to improve care coordination & communication but organizations must ensure the solution they are considering is not just secure but is HIPAA-secure. Failing to employ a service that has a proven track record in keeping PHI secure could be a costly mistake.
Patients must feel confident in the knowledge that their personal data is secure and private, accessible only to them and their immediate healthcare providers. How can clinics, hospitals, and administrators ensure their information is kept out of the wrong hands?
Healthcare IT professionals have one of the hardest jobs in the industry, carrying huge responsibilities. Here are four major challenges they are facing in 2018.
Use of old software and failure to implement security updates played an important role in the success of the recent relatively unsophisticated WannaCry ransomware attacks.
Social media abuses in nursing homes have escalated to the point that the federal government has announced a crackdown.
A detailed vetting process is a way to quantify the risk of sharing PHI with potential business associates, before entering into a potentially lengthy contract
There are no perfect apps for mental health care yet, but, psychiatrist Steven Chan, MD wonders, wouldn't an imperfect app be better than no care at all?
ONC's new cybersecurity protection grant programs are too complex, too slow and way underfunded.
Physicians and practice managers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online HIPAA violations can be costly.
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