Addressing Security and Health Care Regulations Around Virtual Desktop Implementation
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It’s easy to see why implementing a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a step in the right direction for any hospital. Not only will VDI assist in simplifying network administration, but it can also provide much-needed mobility for clinicians that are constantly on-the-go.

However, HIPAA regulations, coupled with highly sensitive patient data, add a new layer of complexity to any new technology implementation.

This expert E-Guide tackles the most significant security challenges and regulatory implications surrounding VDI in health care.  Read independent advice for overcoming security concerns and leveraging VDI technologies to achieve HIPAA compliance and ensure a successful EHR implementation.

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