By Art Gross – In mid-March, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights announced that they would use “enforcement discretion” in regard to HIPAA compliance with telehealth. And, the healthcare community gave out a collective sigh of relief.Read More
By Art Gross – While we have all had to adjust in obvious ways to the pandemic, the reality is that after the panic subsides, and after the immediate emergency vibe in the air passes, we will never return to the way things once were. We are in a new reality, or as many keep saying, a new normal.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many workers out of their workplaces and into their homes. This proposes challenges including staying active, keeping one’s mental and emotional well-being in check, and cybersecurity. Here are strategies to help make that adjustment to working from home.
By Chris Bowen – At the beginning of this year I said I would do a series of blog posts for CISOs and Privacy/Security Officers. Here was the first installment in that series: Building Habits for CISO and Security Officer Success.
By Art Gross – What lies ahead for the healthcare industry in 2020? Like patient health, we can’t predict the future accurately, but we know that preventative care can go a long way when we know the risk factors.
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.
By Amy Abernethy, MD, PhD & Suzanne B. Schwartz, MD, MBA – Medical devices are increasingly more advanced and interconnected, sharing information via Wi-Fi, the internet, our phones and across hospital networks.