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Data from 2,300 providers breached by medical transcriptionist service

MEDantex left a portion of its customer portal open to the public after it rebuilt its site due to a ransomware attack.

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust overhauls EPR system

BJ-HC speaks to James Rawlinson, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Director of Health Informatics, about the new Electronic Patient Record (EPR) Infrastructure upgrade.

AI for cybersecurity? What hospitals should understand before investing

Artificial intelligence-powered threat detection and response can be very valuable – as long as it's researched and deployed with care and planning.

What infosec pros need to know before conducting a bug bounty program

While more organizations are warming to the concept of paying hackers to discover and report on security vulnerabilities, there's still some confusion and ambiguity about the idea.

Blockchain templates unveiled by Amazon Web Services

Cloud vendor says it will begin by targeting the healthcare and finance industries with the new tools for developing blockchain-based apps, networks and projects.

Nearly a year since WannaCry and all 200 National Health Service trusts failed cybersecurity assessments

Some NHS units failed because the Cyber Essentials Plus sets a high bar, while others simply have not patched their systems appropriately, the U.K. Commons Public Accounts committee found.

Comcast partners with Independence Health to create digital health company

Companies say the cross-sector partnership will create open source platform that it hopes other tech companies will use to innovate.

Cambridge and West Suffolk connect EPR systems in UK first-of-its-kind partnership

Global Digital Exemplars Cambridge University Hospitals and West Suffolk have created a link between their Electronic Patient Record systems, with the functionality currently available in the A&E departments of Addenbrooke's and West Suffolk hospitals.

UNC Health reaches Stage 7 with advanced EMR, analytics capabilities

UNC Health Care has reached Stage 7, the highest level on the HIMSS Analytics EMR Adoption Model, which measures healthcare facilities on their use of advanced analytics and health information technology. The designation applies to all UNC facilities: its hospitals, physician practices and applied analytics.

Data and ethics, driving factors for sensible AI adoption in the NHS

Tech giants are seemingly launching an AI platform every other day, but does the UK health system have the capabilities necessary to help these advancements live up to the hype, with a large chunk of its organisations still running on paper or using fax machines and pagers?

A recent HIMSS UK Executive Leadership Summit (ELS) saw patients, entrepreneurs, clinicians, researchers and scientists discuss during a panel debate whether the NHS is ready for an AI-enabled future.