Building a Comprehensive Security Strategy for Network-Connected Medical Devices
Innovations in medical device technology have led to advances in interoperability between connected devices, EMRs, and the networks they communicate over. However, with more devices being used to deliver care, gather and transmit patient data, and assist with clinical decision making, it is critical to ensure that they are protected against a myriad of security threats. Building a comprehensive security strategy for network-connected medical devices requires thoughtful planning to ensure that organizations meet all necessary security requirements without compromising clinical workflow efficiencies. Health systems must build a program that addresses the foundational security requirements for devices to safeguard data integrity, information confidentiality, device availability, and patient safety. Join us to discuss how health systems are approaching this security conundrum in their environments today.
About our Sponsor: Imprivata is a leading provider of authentication, access management and secure communication solutions that enable providers to better focus on patient experience. By removing technology barriers, Imprivata optimizes clinical workflows to let doctors spend more time being doctors.