The director of solutions architecture at a cloud vendor says the top threat is an insufficient protection of sensitive data both where physical and logical safeguards are implemented.
To prevent cybersecurity incidents, it is important to recognize the enormity and complexity of the problem, and to catalog various threats and vulnerabilities, as one infosec expert will show at HIMSS20.
The cloud technology vendor has made new CDC-recommended tools available to ambulatory and hospital clients, to help with faster diagnosis and continuous monitoring.
A senior vice president at the content services and enterprise imaging vendor offers an in-depth look at these three trends and advises conference attendees on what to do.
The modern cyber threat landscape means health systems can't take any chances on their networks. At HIMSS20, one expert will describe the ethos of "never trust, always verify."
Innovation is a core competency that needs to be the responsibility of everyone, says HIMSS20 speaker Kristen Raber.
800 of Dr. Scott Jensen’s patients have thus far opted for virtual visits in rural Arizona. The telehealth tech has an easy ROI, he says, and boosts patient satisfaction.
Digital health requires a healthy data pipeline that’s aggregated, normalized, and deduplicated, and ready to be integrated into workflows across the health ecosystem for care coordination, analytics and machine learning.
Improvements in patient outcomes and population health will be enabled as a culture of data-driven decisionmaking takes root and quality improvement processes mature.
While cloud vendors offer a basic infrastructure environment, it’s up to the healthcare client to design it and own it, says BIDMC's Manu Tandon.