Sentara Health VP and CISO Dan Bowden discusses how hospitals are preparing for consumerism and value-based care by building apps and tools in the cloud.
Mazen Sobh, regional business manager at CareStream in the Middle East, outlines the financial, technical, clinical and security benefits of cloud computing for imaging but says key advantage is patient access in a variety of care settings.
Aashima Gupta, global head of Health Solutions at Google Cloud, talks about Google’s approach to technology enabling infrastructure with healthcare industry standards to allows organizations to have more time to innovate.
Winston Armstrong, CISO at the San Diego Super Computer Center, and Sandeep Chandra, director of health cyberinfrastructure at the same center, both tout the benefits of a hybrid cloud. But key safeguards are needed to keep it secure.
Lee Kim, director of privacy and security at HIMSS, says the industry has a long way to go to be able to fend off next WannaCry or Petya. But the good news is collaboration is happening across healthcare to better get prepared.
Advice on how to take a step-by-step transition with cloud computing platforms
Sachin Shetty, associate professor at Old Dominion University's Center for Cybersecurity Education and Research, is excited about blockchain's potential, and is doing research with Sentara Healthcare into how it could be deployed. But privacy and scalability pose challenges, he said.
Adnan Hamid, Assistant CIO at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, discusses the organization's areas of focus for health IT in 2017 including cybersecurity, disaster recovery, interoperability and more.
After a banner year for healthcare breaches, it's worth taking stock of where we are and what we need to do to ensure 2017 is better for cybersecurity. Darren Lacey, chief information security officer at Johns Hopkins offers his perspective on the state of the industry.
Kurt Hagerman, Chief Information Security Officer at Firehost, discusses data security in the cloud, HIPAA compliance, and vetting vendors.