By Noah Dermer – As we enter a new year, many of us set out to make resolutions hoping to spark positive change. Change can be good, but in some cases, it isn’t always needed. When it comes to security and compliance, there are some topics that will stay true no matter what year it is.Read More
Data Privacy and Security
By Clyde Hewitt – 2020 has clearly started with a bang, not a whimper. Currently, we face a highly volatile international political situation that could include a cyber warfare component.
By Art Gross – Amazon isn’t a company that lets an opportunity go by. With the awareness of cybersecurity rising every single day, opportunity presents itself in a variety of ways.
By Art Gross – “Doctor, How Bad Is It?” “I’m not sure, I can’t access your medical records to tell you exactly what the prognosis is.” Recently, this is what Virtual Care Provider had to tell its clients; that the technology services that they were providing were on hacker hiatus.
New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Craig Joseph, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Avaap. They talk about Open Notes which many people believe to be technology but is more a movement.
By Matt Fisher – Debates around the privacy of healthcare data have been raging for years. The flames were fanned to new heights after an arrangement between Google and Ascension Health was revealed.
By Clyde Hewitt – Breaking news – ransomware is significantly disrupting healthcare organizations. This headline should appear flippant to senior leaders, especially when we are receiving weekly reports of yet another healthcare organization falling victim.
By Art Gross – Isn’t it wonderful how technology has made medical care more accessible? Not only can medical professionals be mobile and go TO their patients, but patients can now take ownership via apps and devices…
By Art Gross – The American Cancer Society deals with illness of the human sort, but recently they had to deal with another kind of toxic plague silently taking over. On the outside, things looked fine. But on the inside, there was a silent plague.