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slow breach detection handcuffs security

From left: Stephen Boyer, Anahi Santiago, Shirley Golen Chris Logan and Dan Costantino participating in a panel discussion at HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum in Boston on Monday.

By Jessica Davis 04:15 pm September 11, 2017
It’s still taking many healthcare organizations far too long to discover a breach -- much longer than in other sectors.
Equifax hack

MIT professor Stuart Madnick speaking at HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum in Boston on Monday.

By Tom Sullivan 04:03 pm September 11, 2017
Every hospital needs a plan for such events, experts at the Healthcare Security Forum say, but that’s just a start.
Intermountain helps DACA status workers
By Bernie Monegain 03:45 pm September 11, 2017
CEO Mark Harrrison said the system will help file the paperwork required for them to continue to legally live and work in the U.S.
By Bill Siwicki 01:45 pm September 11, 2017
Medical records are valued at 20 to 50 times more than financial identities on the black market.
healthcare cybersecurity risk

“You can’t eliminate risk — manage the risk before it manages you,” Tom Ridge said at the Healthcare Security Forum in Boston on Monday.

By Tom Sullivan 12:28 pm September 11, 2017
On the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the former Homeland Security Secretary says the world is more perilous today than it was in 2001.
Nandini Ramani Outcome Health

Nandini Ramani, now CEO of Outcome Health, is tasked with strengthening the company’s current tech model and expanding its reach.

By Jessica Davis 10:13 am September 11, 2017
The Former VP of Engineering for Twitter opened up about her plans for her new role with the tech unicorn, which include working directly with providers, pharma, patients and payers to improve patient care.
free telehealth visit to hurricane victims

A snapshot view of Hurricane Irma from the International Space Station on Sept. 8. Photo via NASA

By Bill Siwicki 04:16 pm September 08, 2017
Floridians can download the company’s mobile app, register, and access physicians and psychologists for nonemergency conditions now through Dec. 31.

Florida Governor Rick Scott talks to local emergency leaders in Florida as Hurricane Irma approaches. Photo via Twitter

By Jessica Davis 03:50 pm September 08, 2017
Two Houston providers discuss the successful efforts that helped them to weather Harvey and remain open during the hurricane.
telemedicine-based medication abortion
By Bill Siwicki 02:27 pm September 08, 2017
Of the nearly 20,000 patients studied, only 49 complications were reported, and there was no difference in the complication rate between women who had an in-person visit.

Hyland's new OnBase Mackinac software helps hospitals lower costs through collaboration with payers. Photo via OnBase

By Mike Miliard 01:10 pm September 08, 2017
OnBase Mackinac enables easier collaboration, expedited document sharing between providers and payers, Hyland says.

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