Nathan Eddy

By Nathan Eddy 11:57 am April 27, 2020
Healthcare technology company Cerner and Amazon Web Services are teaming up to offer researchers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic access to de-identified patient data.
Nearly half of physicians using telehealth, up from just 18% in 2018
By Nathan Eddy 01:39 pm April 23, 2020
A new report also finds that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, 18% of physicians plan to retire, temporarily close their practices or opt out of patient care completely.
FCC doles out $3.7 million more to aid COVID-19 telehealth deployment
By Nathan Eddy 12:09 pm April 23, 2020
Five funding applications from coast to coast were approved, ranging from $380,000 to just under $1 million.

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By Nathan Eddy 12:53 pm April 22, 2020
Ad hoc COVID-19 medical centers have a unique set of vulnerabilities: They're remote, they sit outside of a defense-in-depth architecture and the very nature of their purpose – care in a time of crisis – means security is a lower priority.
By Nathan Eddy 12:35 pm April 21, 2020
The standard, in use at the Mayo Clinic since 2019, can help providers manage their COVID-19 response and comply with CMS and ONC data-exchange regulations, the company says.

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By Nathan Eddy 11:19 am April 20, 2020
Qualified veterans and their caregivers will receive Facebook's standalone Portal video-chatting device to reduce isolation and improve social connectedness at home.
By Nathan Eddy 12:31 pm April 17, 2020
And that's not counting more than 240 million daily spam messages launched at Gmail users that try to capitalize on the coronavirus crisis.
By Nathan Eddy 11:23 am April 16, 2020
As opportunistic attacks ramp up, the groups offer recommendations for VPNs and cloud-based services, coronavirus-themed phishing emails, telehealth deployments, and medical device security.

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By Nathan Eddy 03:43 pm April 15, 2020
Located across the Hudson from Manhattan, where beds are in critically short supply, Epic is providing installation plan, donating software and helping staff the facility.
By Nathan Eddy 01:26 pm April 14, 2020
The cybersecurity program will be made available to hospitals, clinics, labs, frontline providers, device manufacturers and life sciences companies that are researching treatments.

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