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Although the transition from paper to electronic took years, the adoption of mobile devices in health care organizations is quickly taking off. But before you begin introducing mobile health into your environment, be sure you’ve balanced the convenience benefits against the security risks. This expert handbook offers essential advice for managing and securing mobile devices in your health care organization. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Mobile device encryption: Balancing data protection and performance
- Support encryption of sensitive health data across locations
- New wave of mHealth apps bridge doctor-patient gap
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