As COVID-19 wreaked havoc at health systems worldwide, hackers and bad actors were all too happy to take advantage of the confusion and expanded attack surface – in a new "cyberpandemic" that shows no sign of abating.
The National Data Guardian for Health and Social Care (NDG) has recently published the revised outcomes from a public consultation.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requested that states share information about individuals who receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
It will expand the data available in its Learning Health Network after an investment in Elligo Health Research, offering under-resourced health systems more equitable opportunities for drug and vaccine development.
Healthcare organizations can use Amazon HealthLake to aggregate information into a centralized, searchable lake and normalize it using machine learning and FHIR.
A worldwide spear phishing effort, with bad actors impersonating biomedical researchers and targeting company execs, holds "potential hallmarks of nation-state tradecraft," according to a new security report from IBM Security X-Force.
Insights into Asia Pacific’s healthcare tech trends; key learnings from an integrated health management system leveraged in China
Healthcare organizations in Asia Pacific are looking to further leverage technology to improve healthcare systems and operations, as well as explore new models of care outside of hospital walls.
When COVID-19 hit, it exposed a crucial need for reliable, real-time data sharing. For Abu Dhabi, it was here that its new health information exchange could step in, enabling a swift and effective response to the crisis.
The FHIR R4 APIs in version 2020.2 of the platform will enable broader access to provider, payer and pharmacy benefits data – and can help boost compliance with upcoming interoperability and patient access rules, the company says.
The 2020 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey finds very tight security budgets, vast landscapes of legacy systems and only modest improvements in risk assessments and proactive measures.