The rapid adoption of EHRs, coupled with the widespread use of mobile devices among providers, has increased the endpoint security threat – and there are more risks ahead. Access this issue of Pulse to find out how providers are locking down access points to protect against data breaches and HIPAA violations.
The list of features in medical devices is rapidly rising: Even the simplest of medical devices house more and more system components, which add greater functionality to the device at a low cost. But by adding components, device software becomes complex and burdens compliance testing and premarket certification activities.
The quarterly Pulse e-zine delves into a range of issues affecting hospitals, doctors, payers, policymakers and other industry stakeholders. Explore the hottest topics that impact IT decision makers today and gain knowledge from peers through snapshots of trends, SearchHealthIT industry research and our on-location conference coverage.
Healthcare CIOs are constantly reminded of the importance of using technology to increase patient engagement and satisfaction in their organizations. Download this e-guide learn about the number of opportunities where healthcare organizations can use technology to improve the overall patient experience.
As stage 2 implementation dates loom, providers and industry stakeholders are assessing how well they've integrated certified electronic health records, technology standards and meaningful use stage 1 requirements into healthcare delivery.
Patient care is heavily dependent on not only an up-to-date storage infrastructure, but an environment that will allow for fast and easy data exchange between healthcare providers. In this e-guide, you will be introduced to available options in the networking/storage space and how they might be the right fit for your organization.
As more and more information heads online, healthcare providers are struggling to secure and store necessary electronic data. Consult this expert handbook to learn cutting-edge archiving strategies that will help you successfully migrate to the next generation of health IT data systems.
This brief video explores how Augusta Health leveraged a single sign-on technology to make it easier for physicians to use technology in the clinical workflow, while also improving the protection of confidential patient information.