MAeHC breach Tripathi

Attendees networking at the HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Privacy & Security Forum Boston. 

By Jessica Davis 09:55 am December 09, 2016
After his organization lost health data, Micky Tripathi discovered some hard lessons to breach reporting and recovery.
Ernest Hemingway healthcare innovation

Ernest Hemingway circa 1924. From the collection at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

By Tom Sullivan 07:33 am December 09, 2016
Near-ubiquitous adoption of EHR platforms has created a foundation for innovation. And hospitals including Cedars-Sinai and Adventist are fostering emerging technologies, from cloud-based continuous monitoring to virtual reality for patient engagement. 
IBM Watson oncology
By Bernie Monegain 07:31 am December 09, 2016
And the supercomputer proved faster at analyzing data to derive specific courses of treatment.
Flow Health Alan Meshkin

Flow Health CEO Alex Meshkin

By Tom Sullivan 07:29 am December 09, 2016
Alex Meshkin explains the emerging company's plan to let the VA's 22 million patient records data speak for itself, and then tackle disease problems based on what it tells them.
ColumbiaDoctors HealthGrid
By Jack McCarthy 07:23 am December 09, 2016
The New York healthcare provider will use the software to enable clinicians to connect with patients via mobile devices. 
Partners CISO 5 keys breach response

Partners HealthCare CISO Jigar Kadakia speaking at the HIMSS and Healthcare IT News Privacy & Security Forum. 

By Mike Miliard 01:06 pm December 08, 2016
Over the course of just a few months, Massachusetts-based Partners HealthCare experienced four separate data breaches across its affiliate hospitals. That gave the health system some valuable real-world experience in breach response, said CISO Jigar Kadakia.  
Oscar CEO

Oscar CEO and co-founder Mario Schlosser said the deal will enable it to enhance the care experience for its customers.

By Bernie Monegain 11:33 am December 08, 2016
The joint facility will offer primary care, mental health and wellness services to Oscar’s members.
predictive analytics population health
By Jack McCarthy 10:23 am December 08, 2016
The new platform enables self-insured enables users to predict health events, hospital admissions, length of stay and other incidents. 
network hackers
By Jessica Davis 02:29 pm December 07, 2016
Hackers are getting in at the user level, but by using software-defined networking, organizations can reduce the amount of exposed information.
MIT Hacking Medicine

Attendees at the Privacy & Security Forum. 

By Tom Sullivan 01:34 pm December 07, 2016
Focus on the patient experience. Embrace existing business models. Chase the Triple Aim. But avoid hospitals for pilot projects.

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