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8 Healthcare Cybersecurity Articles You May Have Missed
Info Blocking Compliance Date Nears: Legal Experts Offer Toolkit to Help via HealthcareITNews
Healthcare providers, vendors, health information exchanges and other organizations could be subject (once an enforcement mechanism is in place) to penalties as high as $1 million per violation should they interfere with the access, exchange or use of electronic health information.
Where Is IoT and IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) Really Being Used in Healthcare? via HealthcareITToday
If you’re interested in learning more about where IoT is working in healthcare now and where it is headed, you’ll enjoy this interview.
Navigating The RPA Landscape In Healthcare via LinkedIn
Next-generation RPA solution must solve complex routines with features such as process mining and process discovery to attract the CIO’s attention as a must-have solution.
Increased work hours, coupled with things like homeschooling of children, increases stress and adds to burnout risk. Here are some of the things healthcare CIOs can do to help alleviate employee burnout.
Millions of Thales Wireless IoT Modules Vulnerable to Attack via RTInsights
IBM’s X-Force Red team has revealed a vulnerability in millions of Thales Wireless IoT modules that could put devices like insulin pumps and smart meters at risk.
Telehealth is healthcare industry’s biggest cybersecurity risk via HelpNetSecurity
The rapid adoption and onboarding of telehealth vendors led to a significantly increased digital footprint, attack surface, and cybersecurity risk for both provider and patient data, a new report released by SecurityScorecard and DarkOwl has shown.
Capabilities of telemedicine for ophthalmologists during a pandemic: Part I via OphthalmologyTimes
Ranya Habash, MD, medical director, Technology Innovation, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, speaks on the obvious and not-so-obvious capabilities of telemedicine available to ophthalmologists in the ongoing pandemic.
A successful IAM program requires an organization to identify its long- and short-term goals, set program priorities based on value to the business, and understand the strengths and struggles of its staff and business processes.
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