Privacy equates to Privacy & Security
She snooped in the EHRs of nearly four dozen people over two years.
The technology alone won’t fix patient ID issues but it can bring some of the data accessibility, interoperability, integrity and security hospitals need.
More than 3 million patient records were breached between April and June, highlighting an even bigger issue: Risk increases over time without proper education or reporting.
Company says expanding coverage for Amazon, Google Cloud, Microsoft and others, makes it easier for hospitals to comply with a host of data privacy regulations.
A new communication process in the emergency department helped the hospital reduce the time it took a patient to get to their new unit by almost half an hour.
Making security personal to employees and engaging future generations to rekindle the dwindling talent pool are a good start.
Security researchers notified the open source EHR managing software of nearly 30 critical vulnerabilities – the second set of vulnerabilities found in a year.
A configuration error left a database filled with healthcare data exposed on the internet, and the data could be accessed and changed by anyone without a password.
Republic County Hospital in Belleville, Kansas. Credit: Google Maps