By Lee Barrett – National Cybersecurity Awareness Month continues to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation. This is critical for the healthcare industry as organizations look to develop and maintain a high level of stakeholder trust when it comes to privacy and security.Read More
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 1pm ET – Last chance to register! – On this year’s panel discussion, our experts from around the industry will discuss the challenges healthcare organizations face, what the future may hold, and what can be done to fortify security protocols and guardrails to minimize risk.
By Dan Matthews – Every year that goes by brings new exciting developments in the world of healthcare that are helping us to live healthier and longer lives. A great advancement in this regard is IoT. However, as with any form of technology, IoT does have its fair share of challenges as far as cybercriminals are concerned.
By Halley Herndon RN – As an emergency nurse, I can attest that patient transports of critically ill patients can be stressful. Every clinician on a transport is aware that unexpected events could occur in an elevator or hallway, even if the destination is only a few minutes away.
Upcoming webinars for healthcare providers focused on adopting health information technology and participation in federal initiatives and quality reporting programs for transition to value based care. The webinars listed are free of charge so register today. Check back each week for new events.
By Michael Gorton MS JD – In a post-COVID reality, one key area of opportunity to optimize the utilization of telehealth is in addressing behavioral health challenges that may have arisen during the pandemic. The pandemic seriously affected the mental health of Americans with 31% reporting symptoms.
Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month will highlight the Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week led by National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education. This is a week-long campaign that inspires and promotes the exploration of cybersecurity careers. We have asked our experts to comment on this week.
Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month highlights Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week led by National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE). This is a week-long campaign that inspires and promotes the exploration of cybersecurity careers. Whether it’s students, veterans, or those seeking a career change, the dynamic field of cybersecurity is rapidly growing and has something for everyone.
By Jason Harber – Struggles with capacity management have been common in hospitals for so long that it sometimes feels baked into the system. Unclear discharge priorities, misaligned staffing, unexpected barriers, siloed information, lapses in communication, and a lack of real-time visibility all lead to delays in and reduced access to patient care.