Data Warehousing

By Mike Miliard 12:15 pm August 08, 2019
The new network, beginning with a pilot focused on cardiovascular disease, aims to help researchers in life sciences, pharmaceuticals and healthcare have easier access to aggregated data.
As new cyber risks emerge, strategies evolving but basic principles still apply
By Mike Miliard 07:00 am August 02, 2019
BlueKeep? Dridex? A state of emergency in Louisiana? Healthcare security pros find themselves living in interesting times. But with new threats emerging each day – and old ones, like phishing, not going away – some tried and true lessons are still useful.
By Mike Miliard and Bill Siwicki 02:52 pm July 26, 2019
Companies have upped their games in recent years, bolstering their technical infrastructure and jumping through regulatory hoops to prove they have the wherewithal to handle PHI. Providers have taken notice, and are embracing the cloud in big ways.
By Nathan Eddy 11:07 am July 26, 2019
As companies work to improve their drug discovery processes and foster other new innovations, cloud technology is enabling easier collaboration among researchers worldwide.
Ohio funds expansion of health IT initiative to teach data science to young students
By Mike Miliard 01:25 pm July 24, 2019
Community Classroom, part of BioEnterprise’s Health IT in the CLE program, works to build the healthcare workforce by giving high school students computer and data science instruction.
By Nathan Eddy 11:00 am July 24, 2019
But a study from IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute finds that orgs with a solid incident response plan had $1.23 million less in breach costs than those that didn't.
Hospitals are paying for not vetting their vendors
By Benjamin Harris 12:36 pm July 11, 2019
More than half of hospitals say they've had one or more data breaches caused by third-party vendors in the past two years, with an average cost of $2.9 million per incident – but too many are still failing to do adequate risk assessments.
Security concerns, budget restrictions hamper move to cloud
By Nathan Eddy 11:46 am July 10, 2019
Even as the number of organizations ready to adopt a cloud-based approach is rising, nearly a fifth of healthcare orgs surveyed said they'd consider moving their data from the cloud back on premises.
Yale New Haven Health integrates systems and saves $2.6 million annually
By Bill Siwicki 01:51 pm July 02, 2019
The health system went from five EHRs to one, and integrated that Epic system with its revenue cycle platform and legacy data. Now, end users have an all-important single view.
Large health systems better prepared on security, says CHIME Report
By Nathan Eddy 10:47 am June 28, 2019
While most orgs surveyed said they have network access solutions to monitor devices connected to the network, fewer than half of small providers use network segmentation to control the spread of infections.

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