With data breaches on the rise – and many health systems still not dedicating enough time or resources to cybersecurity – it’s more important than ever that CIOs and IT security leaders work together to develop a solid roadmap, says Michael Saad.
Contrary to popular belief, managed services doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition, says David Muntz. And in fact, there are several different combinations healthcare IT leaders can use to help meet strategic goals.
Healthcare IT leaders have a choice: you can resist the changes brought on by the evolution in technology and consumer demand, or you can find ways to deliver better solutions, says CIO Michael Saad.
Going from a reactive to a proactive approach with cybersecurity is never easy, particularly for an organization that’s experienced a data breach, says Jeff Sturman, who talks about the “vast difference” he has seen at Memorial.
With HHS releasing the long-awaited proposed rule on data blocking and HIPAA being reopened, healthcare IT’s future looks bright – as long as some key concerns don’t let lost in the shuffle, says CHIME’s Mari Savickis.