By Benjamin Harris 11:54 am August 22, 2019
For a few hundred dollars, any hacker can buy their way into a healthcare network.
By Benjamin Harris 12:06 pm August 20, 2019
Underlying weaknesses in common OS’s are slowing hospitals down. Software can help fix them.
By Benjamin Harris 12:17 pm August 15, 2019
A new industry survey finds that a lack of network visibility is impairing already overworked cybersecurity teams.
By Benjamin Harris 03:13 pm July 31, 2019
A new white paper identifies the challenges health systems need to overcome for a successful analytics program.
By Benjamin Harris 09:00 am July 31, 2019
It’s the operating system that runs the elevator, the HVAC system, medical equipment, and even the router that connects everything else in a hospital to the outside world.
By Benjamin Harris 11:49 am July 26, 2019
Finding the best care for a patient can be a constantly moving target. The number of stakeholders, the constant advance of new information and treatment options and the nuanced demands of different payers make for a maze of complexities to navigate.
By Benjamin Harris 10:50 am July 25, 2019
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT says it's seeking public input and recommendations before it takes a "snapshot" of its Interoperability Standards Advisory toward the end of the year.
By Benjamin Harris 12:36 pm July 11, 2019
More than half of hospitals say they've had one or more data breaches caused by third-party vendors in the past two years, with an average cost of $2.9 million per incident – but too many are still failing to do adequate risk assessments.
By Benjamin Harris 02:24 pm July 01, 2019
The agency warns that older MiniMed devices – which have been recalled by Medtronic – could be hacked and remotely controlled, adding to the list of cyber concerns for IoT devices.
By Benjamin Harris 11:20 am June 14, 2019
The largest U.S.-based genetics study – 500,000 samples drawn from Intermountain Health’s patient population – aims to improve precision medicine.