With this many factors and technical details to manage, it’s easy to forget the fundamentals.
Cybersecurity in healthcare—is all about people, not the doctor’s office. Patients’ quest for more control and improved health outcomes is driving the industry beyond the four walls of the typical medical setting. Learn how to protect that ecosystem.
In 2014, Cleveland Clinic initiated its consumer telehealth strategy, and since then has introduced new dimensions of care to engage its patients.
(SPONSORED) Scott Monroe of 3M discusses the results from a survey of C-suite level healthcare executives on how they feel about the state of value-based care in the face of uncertain policy changes by the new Trump administration.
Although most of the health industry has moved records and administrative processes from paper to digital, human error remains a costly issue. Implementing health IT solutions, particularly a unique health safety identifier (UHSI), can eliminate the ongoing challenges of duplicate records, patient identity theft and payment fraud.
A chat with Joe DeSantis, vice president of HealthShare Platforms, about the impact of shared information on providers and patient care.
The new mantra for healthcare in the Information Age could easily parallel security in today’s evolving cybercrime era – it’s about people.
To achieve greater interoperability, health institutions must address the challenges of data integration. A single patient identifier creates one record for one patient over the care continuum, which is vital as we move to a value-based care system.
The cost of payment fraud not only significantly diminishes provider revenue, but also creates extensive losses within health delivery along the entire care continuum. Implementing health IT solutions to eliminate payment fraud will successfully address these losses, as well as simplify and maximize payment collection.
(SPONSORED) Canary Connect, Inc. is a video-driven home security company that helps consumers safeguard their home by sending alerts to an app on a smartphone when activity is detected. Chris Rill, a co-founder and CTO of Canary, speaks to the importance of product privacy and security as well as value of IoT Device Security Certification.