Access this expert resource to learn how desktop virtualization can help health care organizations to bolster Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance and implement electronic health record (EHR) systems.
Building wireless networks for use in the healthcare field can be challenging, especially in light of HIPAA privacy and security concerns. In these classroom lessons, learn how to overcome the challenges of building these networks, and hear from one hospital that has focused on making mobile technology integration part of its long-term strategy.
At many healthcare organizations, endpoint devices can become areas for cybercriminals to exploit. In this handbook, learn how you can improve endpoint security through expert tips from the field, including advice from one hospital CIO on preventing HIPAA breaches with stronger endpoint security.
Server virtualization has proved to be an advantageous in disaster recovery situations because if physical servers have been destroyed, it’s easy to restore backups to virtual hardware. Learn how healthcare facilities can benefit from adding server virtualization to disaster recovery plans, while maintaining compliance.
BI and analytics tools can provide healthcare organizations with valuable insights for assessing and improving patient care and better controlling costs. This E-Book provides an overview of the BI and analytics issues facing healthcare organizations, as well as advice on how to best utilize the available technologies in healthcare.
In early 2016 alone, healthcare organizations saw a 300% increase in daily ransomware attacks from 2015. That's why Harun Rashid, CIO of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, has provided 6 pointers for the prevention of a ransomware attack. And in the event that attacks still get through, read through Reda Chouffani's 5 steps for effective response.
This e-guide highlights ways health care providers improve their mobile device security in the wake of BYOD initiatives. Inside, learn how you can embrace the consumerization of IT while ensuring your facility remains compliant with HIPAA regulations.