Recent cyberattacks on healthcare have been highly disruptive and publicly embarrassing for the industry. Take part in the 2016 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey to help identify how organizations are mitigating the risk of being the next victim.
Healthcare analytics company Decision Resources Group is growing its healthcare data trove in a big way, adding claims and electronic health record data for its new Real World Evidence repository, or RWE.
Sixty percent of healthcare IT security executives are increasing spending for better data protection, according to a recent study. Another 46 percent plan to implement data security tools catch up with industry best practices.
Care coordination, quality measurement, patient engagement and population health management strategies are routinely used by physicians with electronic health records who participate in accountable care organizations or patient-centered medical homes, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Managed Care.
Seattle Children's David Severski said that health organizations not applying a data-driven, scientific approach to managing security are essentially operating by instinct alone.
A top security expert says healthcare entities need to apply a more scientific and evidence-based approach to the practice of security. Here’s what Seattle Children’s is doing to harden its threat environment.
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Children’s National Health System VP, CMIO and CIO Brian Jacobs, MD, said that big screens display information on quality measures that clinicians, patients and family members can view and inquire about correcting when necessary.
Big screens in every hospital unit show quality and safety indicators for doctors, nurses, patients and family members. Children’s has reduced urinary tract infections while improving medication safety and time to treatment.
"Our organizations agree that patients should be at the center of their health care and that their providers can be empowered to deliver care that is informed by secure and authorized access to that patient's data, no matter where care has occurred," says Nick Knowlton, CommonWell's membership committee chair.
John Showalter, chief health information officer at University of Mississippi Medical Center, with members of his analytics team: Clinical Intelligence Manager Keith Hodges (left) and Research Informatics Manager Alex Castillo. (Photo courtesy UMMC)