Jessica Davis is Associate Editor of Healthcare IT News.
By Jessica Davis 02:15 pm June 12, 2017
While the industry is rapidly making progress on precision medicine, cultural, policy and regulatory changes are limiting momentum, industry leaders said at the Precision Medicine Summit on Monday.
By Jessica Davis 12:05 pm June 12, 2017
Failure to conduct minimal documentation reviews left the incentive program open to abuse of federal funds, agency says.
By Jessica Davis 09:57 am June 12, 2017
As cyberthreats increase, the emerging role helps hospitals fill in key security roles to bolster policies and provide necessary experience.
By Jessica Davis 03:04 pm June 08, 2017
While the U.S. was relatively spared from the massive impact from the May ransomware attacks, it’s clear that new cybersecurity threats require updated guidelines, HHS, CMS, ASPR officials say.
By Jessica Davis 03:59 pm June 07, 2017
A three-year study on a large mid-Atlantic hospital found that the laboratory department was hit the hardest during downtime, with patient identification as the largest challenge.
By Jessica Davis 10:36 am June 07, 2017
The volume of ransomware attacks may have slowed during the first quarter of 2017, but WannaCry and the resurgence of Locky signal what’s on the horizon.
By Jessica Davis 11:38 am June 06, 2017
HHS warns providers to update patches to stop the malware from spreading because even if it cannot encrypt data it can take out your networks.
By Jessica Davis 12:05 pm June 05, 2017
The agency will get out of the software development business and move to the same vendor as DoD, Secretary David Shulkin announced Monday.
By Jessica Davis 10:35 am June 05, 2017
A cybersecurity task force report released Friday revealed a laundry list of vulnerabilities including the lack of capable security workforce.
By Jessica Davis 01:18 pm June 02, 2017
While Check Point’s report didn’t break down the infected countries by industry, healthcare security leaders should add this newest outbreak to their threat intelligence radar and monitor for any developments.