Issue OverviewHealth IT - September 2011
Cloud computing holds a lot of promise for the healthcare industry, since infrastructure costs can hinder the adoption of EHR systems. However, many providers shy away from cloud services because of security concerns. Inside this e-zine, gain insight on how to utilize the cloud while still ensuring patient data security and HIPAA compliance. Access >>>
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Health care, cloud storage providers and data ownership
by Brien Posey
Before a health care organization contracts with a cloud storage provider, both sides must settle the thorny issues of data ownership, possession, backup and retrieval.
Negotiating maximum cloud uptime from service providers
by Don Fluckinger, News Director
Uptime issues with health care cloud services can lead to HIPAA compliance issues, not to mention lawsuits. To avoid problems, be firm when negotiating service agreements.
- Health care, cloud storage providers and data ownership by Brien Posey
Cloud storage security considerations for health care providers
by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
Cloud storage is a viable option for health care entities, but they must address HIPAA compliance, risk assessment and data encryption before contracting with a service provider.
- Cloud storage security considerations for health care providers by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
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