For a number of reasons, most CISOs agree that biomedical devices represent one of the most vulnerable points in their security landscape. Some of those reasons include the fact that manufacturers may not always embed the best security controls, patching of older devices may void warranties, and even getting a solid inventory of what’s on the network (and where it is in the hospital) can be daunting. In this webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who have grappled with the medical device security monster to hear their best practices and lessons learned.
As care continues to extend from hospital to home and beyond – to include more locations, virtual touchpoints, vendors and cloud-based solutions – interoperability becomes essential to make information securely accessible to patients and providers. CIOs must be innovative in moving from a fragmented to a federated approach, supported by standardized data discovery and distribution technologies so that new applications are able to find – and retrieve – the data they need in predictable formats. This webinar will focus on how CIOs can best develop an interoperable, virtual care ecosystem platform strategy.
Health systems are notorious for the number of applications they own. And with the rush to implement systems at the height of the COVID fight, that problem only got worse. Today, with (hopefully) the worst of COVID over for many organizations, CIOs are again taking inventory of what they own and taking stock of whether they need it. In this timely webinar, we’ll hear from leaders who are not only looking to clean up and clean out their application closet, but prepared to move the data out of the old and into the new in a cost-effective and user-friendly manner.
When Covid-19 hit Franciscan Health, IT leadership knew it had to reinvent the way virtual care was delivered. In this deep-dive webinar, VP of Technology & CTO Chuck Christian and VP of Digital Innovation Sri Bharadwaj reveal how the organization developed an innovative response that was able to meet the needs of clinicians and patients, all while keeping security top of mind.
Meeting the COVID crisis required healthcare organizations to extend their networks with never before seen scope and at previously unimaginable speed. But many IT professionals know this was done at the expense of security considerations. This session outlines practical approaches to security and networking for the post-pandemic healthcare industry – from SASE to hybrid clouds.