Privacy & Security
Healthcare proved itself a lucrative target for hackers in 2016, and so far 2017 is unfortunately following suit. This gallery highlights some of the biggest breaches in healthcare -- and points to mistakes to avoid in the future.
As health organizations work to stay ahead of cybercriminals, approaches are moving beyond passwords to secure systems.
Experts are already looking into the next evolution of the techniques used by hackers and cybercriminals to infiltrate your industry.
Recent national research has been warning about the vulnerabilities in security and experts are echoing the concerns. Are you listening?
Unsecured medical devices are putting patients at risk and IT shops are playing catch-up to find ways to make them more secure.
Health IT advice from the pros: An insider look at project leadership, EHR implementation and other tech successes
Whether you are choosing population health tools, leading a telehealth initiative or deploying a new EHR, we have rounded up more than a dozen pieces of advice from professionals who have done it themselves.
Healthcare spent the entirety of 2016 being lambasted by cybercriminals from various angles. We look back at the 10 worst breaches of the year based on either lost patient records or, in the case of ransomware attacks, the number of days a provider organization was knocked offline.
Women working in health IT are coming into their own and taking charge as CEOs, CIOs, Disrupter-in-Chief and other executive posts. Some are working to achieve salary parity in a sector where the gender gap persists – even today.
Ransomware attacks have been steadily increasing in the healthcare industry since the beginning of the year, and with the most recent attacks on New Jersey Spine Center, Marin Healthcare District and Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford, it doesn't look like the target placed on the
With 2016 already half over, it's time to look back at the stories that most resonated with Healthcare IT News readers these first six months of the year.