04:44 pm May 10, 2018
Adam Culbertson, HIMSS innovator-in-residence, and MobiHealthNews Editor Jonah Comstock discuss the possibilities tied to open-source development and look at a few of the innovations that are driving change in healthcare.
11:05 am September 11, 2017
Barry Herrin, principal at Herrin Health Law, says spending more money on security technology will only accomplish diminishing returns. Instead, hospitals should take a broader view of people and processes, implementing risk management frameworks such as NIST SP 800-53 and partnering with external threat groups such as InfoGuard and the FBI.
11:03 am September 11, 2017
At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, the chief information security officer of Penn Medicine describes the state of cybersecurity in 2017 – from the potential incidents that keep him awake at night to emerging signs of encouragement. He also explains why military veterans have the right skill sets for IT and security work.
11:02 am September 11, 2017
With security risks on all sides, healthcare providers must have a game plan. At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge lays out the top things they should be doing right now to gain visibility into the threats – and how they should be planning for the future – while explaining the...
12:42 pm February 25, 2017
(SPONSORED) Prescription 4: Balancing Regulatory Compliance with Strategic Initiatives. Healthcare organizations rely on IT teams to carry out their strategic initiatives, such as interoperability across systems.
10:53 am January 30, 2017
(SPONSORED) Prescription 3: Managing Complex Health IT Environments More Simply. With healthcare organizations managing hundreds of applications on myriad platforms within their enterprise, streamlining IT management is critical.
08:00 am January 16, 2017
(SPONSORED) Prescription 2: Leveraging Automation to Resume Mission-Critical Applications. Following a disaster, healthcare organizations need to minimize disruption to patient care delivery by ensuring that mission-critical systems get up and running soon after a disaster.
12:09 pm December 19, 2016
(SPONSORED) Prescription 1: Continuous Availability of All Applications Across the Care Continuum. Develop a disaster recovery plan that enables clinicians to provide patient care without disruption.