The Economic and Productivity Impact of IT Security on Healthcare
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While most industries are moving from paper to digital records, the healthcare industry is noticeably lagging behind. Although strict security and compliance requirements are in place to protect private patient health information, outdated technologies continue to negatively impact productivity, adoption and the delivery of patient care. The Ponemon Institute estimates that these outdated technologies are costing US hospitals nearly $1 million per year – and the industry as a whole is losing more than $5.1 billion annually.

In this white paper, you’ll access detailed results from the Ponemon Institute’s recently study titled “The Economic & Productivity Impact of IT Security on Healthcare”. Click through to uncover key findings related to the economic impact of communication inefficiencies, the estimated cost impact for the healthcare industry, and most importantly, the direct impact on patient care.

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