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October 06, 2016
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded funding to a Florida-based healthcare data sharing center to build a more effective system of information sharing about cyberthreats. The Office ...
September 28, 2016
Proponents and skeptics of blockchain for healthcare came together at a workshop hosted by NIST and ONC to work out proposals and problems with this new technology.
September 01, 2016
A wide range of possible use cases for blockchain in healthcare are revealed in 15 papers chosen by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology as the top proposals ...
June 24, 2016
The first day of the two-day Health IT Summit in Boston was filled with speakers and panels addressing value-based care and cybersecurity. Most of the audience at the summit, about half, were ...
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Some experts say that a promising application for blockchain is in the healthcare space. Before attempting blockchain in healthcare, read what this analyst has to say. Continue Reading
Many healthcare organizations are discussing possible use cases for blockchain. One analyst shares her two cents on the effect blockchain in healthcare may have on storage. Continue Reading
Building in redundancy, using VLANs and accommodating EHR workflow volume, IoT capabilities and patient Wi-Fi access are all essential to good hospital network design. Continue Reading
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Hospitals are prime targets for ransomware attacks. Health IT teams must move quickly to identify and isolate a ransomware infection to keep it from spreading. Continue Reading
When the government gets involved with a certain technology in healthcare you know there's a good chance that technology has some promise. Just look at what happened with EHRs and the government's ... Continue Reading
Ransomware attacks on hospitals garner media attention and create headaches for health IT pros. The cloud offers potential answers, but it may not be better than on-premises defenses. Continue Reading
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Looking across various industries, healthcare is near the head of the line in its exploration of innovative thinking when it comes to the internet of things.
Machine-to-machine communication has progressed rapidly in healthcare settings. ... Continue Reading
Hospitals can prevent cybersecurity breaches by managing healthcare assets such as MRI and CT scanners and requiring mobile devices to register with an MDM solution. Continue Reading
At many hospitals and physician practices, endpoint devices -- such as desktop computers, laptops and smartphones -- can become areas for cybercriminals to exploit. However, a combination of high-tech defense and old-fashioned common sense offer ... Continue Reading
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Healthcare organizations can protect patient data from breaches with a three-layered approach that combines traditional and advanced protection features. Continue Reading
USBs can create a vulnerable entry point for cyberattacks in healthcare. One CIO details the nuances of the problem and offers up possible solutions. Continue Reading
Catching a healthcare data breach before it damages an organization's operations may be as simple as adding analytics to existing security. Continue Reading