As virtual health deployments scale up and become routine, everyone – vendors, clinicians, patients and compliance officers have a role to play in keeping video and streaming remote monitoring data secure.
The health system’s algorithms can detect early pneumonia on medical imaging with the precision of a subspecialist radiologist.
Cerner announced Monday that it has inked new contracts with seven new hospitals for its cloud-based CommunityWorks EHR, which is designed for community and critical access hospitals.
The Dell subsidiary will work with the Florida-based health system over three years to transition its newly implemented Epic system to the Virtustream Healthcare Cloud.
The platform can now be used to furnish encrypted patient data to third-party applications.
Epic worked with the health system to deploy the electronic health record virtually, in response to enduring travel and social distancing restrictions around COVID-19.
The cloud IT company said it developed the athenaTelehealth technology in response to a 3,400% uptick in telehealth visits across its customer network from mid-February to April.
Over the past decade, workloads and data have moved increasingly into the cloud. For the healthcare industry, that means personal health information is stored in multiple environments – and so security should be able to respond to threats across those environments too.
Before joining the EHR giant, Labat served as chief technology officer and led the cloud-automation business for HPE Software. Prior to that, he spent two decades at Oracle.
The collaboration aims to help health systems manage resource allocation and offer situational awareness for facilities as they open up and reschedule delayed surgeries and other procedures.