By Devin Partida – Many companies in the health care sector are making digital transformations by adopting cloud computing technology and other improved IT solutions. With new technologies, the need for enhanced cybersecurity measures grows.Read More
Health IT Security and Compliance
By Art Gross – In your home, it is likely that you have at minimum a pile of paperwork and records that you’ve held onto “just in case you need it” for a possible tax audit, warranty, to make a return, or several other random reasons you’ll need to reference it in the future.
By Art Gross – Multi-Factor Authentication, or as it has become commonly known, MFA, is the practice of “doubling down” on your login security. You are using Multiple (more than one) Factors (ways or methods) to Authenticate (verify) your identity when you access an account.
By Matt Fisher – How many people remember how healthcare fully operated prior to the onset of the COVID-19 driven pandemic? The question is only somewhat facetious as the delivery of care and running of organizations along with so many other components of the healthcare industry have changed to a large degree.
By Matt Fisher – Patient foundations are organizations that seek to bring together groups of individuals around a common theme. The theme could be a particular disease, advocacy, pharmaceutical, or any other concept where alignment would be beneficial.
By Art Gross – It’s fast and easy, and you can often work more efficiently with an email exchange than if you must make phone calls or schedule appointments to discuss patient care. But where does that exchange fall when it comes to HIPAA compliance?
By Matt Fisher – Data are the new currency. That saying has become entrenched as a primary cliche describing the way of the world nowadays. The value of data has become especially true in healthcare. So many see opportunities to be extracted, but what about considerations of privacy and the impact on individuals?
By Art Gross – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or as it is commonly known as HIPAA, was created to set standards nationally. These are in place to protect the personal health information and medical records of individuals as well as give them access easily. As the March 1st deadline for reporting a breach draws closer…