A single patient’s medical record is worth $50 on the black market, according to data reported at the Digital Health Conference in New York City.
Andrew Shearer, CTO at Care Thread shares the do’s and don’ts of HIPAA compliance for BYOD and mobile device programs .
Dean Wiech, Managing Director at Tools4ever describes how role-based access control ensures extra security in healthcare, but the process doesn’t have to be daunting.
Security breaches cost healthcare organizations $2.4M over 2 years as the healthcare sector is among the most vulnerable to hacking and cyberattacks.
Jan McDavid, General Counsel at HealthPort highlights some of key content in the new HIPAA omnibus final rules healthcare providers should understand.
8 implications of the final HIPAA omnibus rule on privacy & security announced today providing individuals new rights to their health information
Kroll Advisory Solutions recently released 2013 Cyber Security Forecast highlights 4 unexpected healthcare security concerns and recommendations for 2013
Biometric Patient ID Technology with M2SYS President, Michael Trader podcast interview and it’s ability to prevent duplicate MRNs, identify theft, and improve a hospital’s ROI
Hospital selects M2SYS Biometric Patient ID as best technology to eliminate medical theft and prevent duplicate medical records
Key solutions to addressing healthcare security concerns faced by healthcare organizations regarding shared access versus individual access to group accounts
Using biometric patient ID technology is a relatively new concept for healthcare, but is it the future of patient access?
The costly effects of how theft, fraud, and inaccurate patient ID impacts our healthcare system infographic created by patient ID leader M2SYS
HP announces their new print security offering, HP Access Control (AC) Printing Solutions That improves security in healthcare organizations.
Infogrpahic created by Insurance Quotes shown below highlights the financial impact of healthcare fraud
Infographic details some of the most serious penalties ever given by the federal government for the high cost of HIPAA violations. Security breaches have increased over 32% over the past year in healthcare organizations costing an estimated 6.5 billion dollars annually according to a study by the Ponemon Institute. Last week, the HHS office for Civil […]
Contributed by Carl Cresswell, CTO at Clinithink on consumer technology in the healthcare enterprise In recent years, the technology landscape has been dominated by innovations aimed at consumers. Instant Messaging (IM), Voice Over IP (VOIP), smartphones and social networking have become universally available and transformed the way many of us communicate with friends, family and even colleagues. […]
In this informal discussion at HIMSS Europe in Copenhagen, Intel’s Malcolm Linington, Yves Mahieu from EMC, and Frank Nydam, CTO Healthcare, VMware, discuss cloud computing, security, big data, mobility in healthcare IT, and how the three companies work together to support healthcare CIOs and organizations.
ONC’s Office of the Chief Privacy Officer (OCPO) recently released a ”Guide to Privacy and Security of Health Information,”* an instructional guide designed to
In this interview/podcast, HIT Consultant speaks with Tom Murphy, Chief Marketing Officer at Bradford Networks about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in Healthcare.
Guest interview post from our media partners, iHT2′S blog: Christopher Paidhrin, SCO at PeaceHealth Southwest Med Center in Vancouver, WA shares some of his thoughts and views on healthcare IT security issues Christopher Paidhrin, Security Compliance Officer at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, Wash., took part in the panel discussion “Securing Electronic […]