09:28 am March 13, 2017
Healthcare professionals rely on up-to-date technology to consistently deliver top-quality care. Discover the mobile solutions to help accelerate digital transformation with user-centric innovation.
02:59 pm February 21, 2017
Mobile devices, ad-hoc stroage, and the expansion of imaging procedures can threaten security and compliance. An enterprise-wide strategy, with a vendor neutral archive (VNA) can address risks and compliance while improving care.
01:00 pm February 08, 2017
Connected medical devices present a challenging problem for security professionals in healthcare organizations. Such devices are typically not well protected and are now under near-constant cyber-attacks.
02:00 pm February 07, 2017
Over the last few years digital health and telemedicine, in particular, have become one of the core focuses of the big HIMSS annual conference. MobiHealthNews is teaming up with telemedicine luminary American Well to discuss the digital health trends likely to dominate conversations at the big event in Orlando this February.
02:41 pm January 30, 2017
The healthcare industry has come under siege with the rise in security breaches. Healthcare organizations can help prevent breaches by deploying multi-factor authentication (MFA).
12:30 pm January 13, 2017
Protecting patient data has become complicated by usage of mobile technologies and web-based apps. Multi-factor authentication is a security mechanism that serves as a viable solution, as shown in HIMSS Analytics' recent research.
09:19 am October 25, 2016
As clinicians increasingly use mobile devices to manage their patients’ journeys, it raises concerns about the security of protected health information (PHI). This document discusses security best practices as well as a potential partner solution.
01:00 pm October 11, 2016
Join us to hear from subject matter experts from New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Dell, Intel and VMware who are making healthcare end user devices secure in the digital era.
01:05 pm September 23, 2016
Virtual care empowers patients to take control of their health by having the majority of care taking place “virtually” – most often in the patient’s home rather than at bricks-and-mortar healthcare facilities. Under this model, patients benefit from online resources and access to clinicians via phone, email or through video...
03:14 pm September 22, 2016
In this white paper, Spyglass Consulting Group, a market intelligence firm focused on the potential of mobile computing & wireless technologies, describes how BYOD is transforming clinical workflow and the future of mobility in healthcare.