Webinars

Doctor looking at a medical imager.
ON-DEMAND
The rise in digital health initiatives with telehealth and telemedicine presents more vulnerabilities to patient data than ever before. As a result, health systems are not only enduring a record number of data breaches, but also suffering millions of dollars in fines, settlements and operational losses. Given the urgent responsibility of...
Sponsor:
LexisNexis
IT worker looking at servers.
ON-DEMAND
The healthcare industry is under pressure to transform IT operations in the face of new technologies and increased regulation. As healthcare organizations work hard to simplify operations and add new applications and services, legacy IT infrastructure is no longer able to meet their needs. Join us on this webinar to learn how Medical University of...
Sponsor:
Nutanix
Medical device printing.
ON-DEMAND
Advanced printing technologies can positively impact patient outcomes both inside and outside of the healthcare facility. New printing technologies can eliminate the manual process of patient information by leveraging smarter labels and wristbands that can automatically transmit actionable intelligence that ties back to the patient’s correct...
Sponsor:
HP
Doctor using smartphone.
ON-DEMAND
To help ensure success, HIMSS Media and ServiceNow recently conducted a joint survey among IT and clinical stakeholders to better understand how they perceive the impact of their organization’s efforts to leverage technology to modernize clinical processes. This webinar will summarize the findings and recommended actions, and include...
Sponsor:
ServiceNow
Doctor using a computer.
ON-DEMAND
With the extensive network systems found in the healthcare industry, SSH keys are widely used to provide privileged administrative access and to secure machine-to-machine automation for important business functions. However, SSH keys are routinely untracked, unmanaged and unmonitored.
Sponsor:
Venafi
Cybersecurity command center.
ON-DEMAND
The device landscape in the healthcare sector is growing exponentially, adding to the complexity of the network, and making it challenging for IT and security personnel to remain compliant and enforce patient safety and privacy. To better understand the complexity of healthcare networks and potential vulnerabilities, Forescout research...
Sponsor:
ForeScout
Computer programmers.
ON-DEMAND
The cyberthreat landscape for the healthcare industry continues to evolve with clear evidence that securing connected medical devices require a different approach to that of IT devices. Through year-long research, Zingbox analyzed the underlying vulnerabilities of connected medical devices, identified the particular type of medical devices...
Sponsor:
ZingBox
ON-DEMAND
Join Industry Analyst and Thought Leader, Zeus Karavalla of ZK Research, as he reveals ZK Research’s brand new paper on cloud communications in healthcare. Also joining is Lance Mehaffey, Healthcare Industry Principal at RingCentral, for an expert view on how cloud communications are improving patient experience, maximizing staff utilization...
Sponsor:
RingCentral
Female doctor pointing at screen.
ON-DEMAND
Female leaders in health IT represent only 30% of senior leadership. It’s not yet a level playing field. Apart from the domain knowledge and experience women bring to their role, as leaders we need to ground ourselves from the inside. We need to choose the roles that are a good fit so we’re both fulfilled and successful.  In doing...
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Doctor using smartphone.
ON-DEMAND
As the adoption of consumer and medical-grade home health tools continues to grow, so too does the role of patient-generated health data (PGHD) in the shift to value-based care. Whether this information is generated via health apps, digital health devices, remote patient monitoring tech or the widening array of sensors finding their way into...
Sponsor:
Validic

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