By Daniel Cidon – The race to rollout a COVID-19 vaccine presents a number of challenges, from safety and efficacy, to storage and distribution. Once a vaccine is approved, the industry must have a robust strategy in place to manage coronavirus immunizations effectively.Read More
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By Anthony Comfort – Week 4 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month is about the “Future of Connected Devices”. From the novelty of their introduction to the necessity of today, connected devices will contribute to more effective healthcare.
By Amy Abernethy MD, PhD & Vid Desai – FDA’s Technology Modernization Action Plan accelerates the path to enhancing and promoting “People First” public health.
By Leani Drapiza – The future of healthcare is already here, and it starts with a digital front door. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, patients wanted from their healthcare providers the same digital experience Amazon provides for shopping and Netflix provides for entertainment.
By Art Gross – The story narrative varies slightly from episode to episode, but the outcome is generally the same. Pay a fine, make a plan, regret not doing this all in the first place. This isn’t some soap opera or Netflix binge-worthy series; this is real life and the characters are the healthcare industry and Office for Civil Rights.
By Fred Lizza – Clinicians in healthcare settings typically have information coming at them from all directions, at all times, and often with little distinction as to the level of urgency. It makes for inefficiency and confusion for today’s busy doctor.
By Matt Fisher – Not a day can go by without the importance of security being underscored as the means by which privacy can be maintained. Data breaches continue to be disclosed daily, if not more frequently, HIPAA settlements are coming fast and furious as 2020 goes on, and outside threats are always rising.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, follow the conversation and do your part #BeCyberSmart. Follow us this month as we engage our health IT community in cybersecurity awareness. This week hear insights on connecting devices in healthcare.
By Gopal Khanna MBA & Caren Ginsberg PhD – “Nothing about me, without me.” This adage—coined by a patient advocate in 1998—is the essence of patient-centered healthcare. It implies that every action in healthcare must be undertaken with the patient in mind, every decision made in consultation with the patient.