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Four Ways Providers Must Address Mobile Health Security with BYOD
With an increasing number of physician practices allowing the use of personal mobile devices, the need for effective Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies and improved data security is more important than ever before.
Moving Beyond Text Messages
If you ask most hospital administrators and IT managers what keeps them up at night, they will mention concerns about security risks. Why? Because more than 42 percent of all data breaches are traced back to inadequate data access and security controls.
Five Mobile Health Trends that will Change Physician Practices
The explosion of smartphones and tablet devices—and the extent to which both physicians and patients have fallen in love with them—is changing the very meaning of the term “going to the doctor.” Imagine being able to see your patients on your iPad, while sitting in your kitchen. This article reviews the five-most crucial trends currently reshaping health delivery.
Achieving Compliance Through Real-Time Location Systems
Today's hospitals face an increasingly complex healthcare environment. Administrators and IT managers alike must work together to identify new and novel ways to reduce the labor burden associated with meeting governmental compliance and protecting the organization's The Joint Commission (TJC) accreditation. I
Data Security and HIPAA Compliance in Mid-sized Healthcare Organizations
The 21st century is facing an uphill battle for better data security, and the healthcare industry is at the front lines. Healthcare providers deal with tremendous amounts of sensitive, legally protected data labeled protected health information (PHI), which requires certain security measures as defined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).