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Every 60 seconds, 232 computers are infected with malware; 12 websites are successfully hacked; more than 571 new websites are created, and 204 million emails are sent. Combine this with the fact that on the black market, medical records are worth $60, compared to credit card data, which typically sells for $20. "That makes us a significant targets," said Intermountain Healthcare's CISO Karl West. More
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Patient safety organization The Leapfrog Group has published its newest results for hospital safety scores, and some hospitals didn't fare so well. We have the ...More
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As HHS pursues aggressive new timelines for the shift to value-based care, providers have just a couple years to start putting their data to work ...More
Surgeons prepping for surgery
Each year, some 722,000 hospitalized patients will acquire a serious infection. A staggering 75,000 of them will die in the hospital due to the HAI. ...More
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The $25 billion EMR market will continue to grow even after the government incentives for doctors and hospitals to go digital have vanished, according to ...More
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There's a problem in the world of data analytics. A new survey of health IT professionals shows that the lion's share of them see clinical ...More
Phoenix Children's Hospital
As Phoenix Children's Hospital deployed a single EMR across more than 70 subspecialties, administrators understood that physician acceptance was critical to success: providing doctors with ...More
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How many breaches, how many compromises of patients' confidential medical information does it take before there are some questions asked of an organization and its ...More
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With a meaningful use requirement for healthcare organizations to drive at least 5 percent of their patients to an online portal, KLAS finds that three ...More
Brandon Hospital
Patient safety organization The Leapfrog Group has published its newest results for hospital safety scores, and we have the list of the 782 safest U.S. ...More