All Privacy and Security
Analytically useful anonymized data maintains referential integrity, so that relationships between data elements can be teased out of a patient’s medical information. This is needed for many forms...
To extract or maximize the value contained in databases, data custodians must often provide outside organizations access to their data. In order to protect the privacy of the individuals whose data...
Healthcare organizations are burdened with a deluge of data and it’s only getting worse over time. Whether it’s provider-generated observational data coming through EHRs, medical imaging and...
Healthcare workers are not immune to the BYOD trend. More & more healthcare facilities are allowing their clinicians the use of smart phones, tablets & other mobile devices to access applications and...
In January 2012, Healthcare IT News conducted a survey to identify drivers and challenges for developing and deploying a solution for centralized digital document delivery that complies with...
This whitepaper looks at the five ways doctors and their hospitals can benefit from the ability to achieve instant communications routed per physicians’ preferences. With the improved ability for...
Learn how to build a risk-stratified response plan to secure medical data whenever a visual privacy incident is reported to limit potential harm to patients and the organization.
Identify the risks, review healthcare compliance issues, and consider recommended solutions to help protect medical data on mobile devices.
Establish security controls to examine how healthcare officials can better address low-tech vulnerabilities like human error and a lack of visual privacy, that can help companies remain compliant...
Patient safety and the reduction of medical errors are key drivers in the healthcare industry today. To address these needs, more and more providers are using laser-printed patient wristbands at the...