Anthem is being held accountable, to the tune of a record breaking $16,000,000, for cyber attacks that compromised protected health information.
Healthcare data breaches are trending upward, rising from 199 reported incidents in 2010 to 344 reported incidents in 2017.
As common half-truths and misperceptions plague information security, we separate truth from fiction and outline steps to take in order to make your healthcare institution safer.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the devastation they have brought with them, serve as glaring reminders for how beneficial EHRs can be in a crisis. Is your hospital prepared?
IT expenses per physician each year have increased $2K to $4K over the last year, leaving total IT expenses per physician between $14K to $19K.
The Petya ransomware attack is only one of the five major issues hospital IT, privacy, and compliance pros should understand this month.
The American Association of Family Physicians says that needs to change, and points to the kind of technology that actually enables better care.
A new report says poor information management and faulty CDS implementation pose risks to patients.
Forrester, a research and consulting firm, offers healthcare organizations cybersecurity guidance as 2017 shapes up to be an uncertain year.