For IT security leaders, managing the ever-increasing risks associated with connected devices starts with “building a cybersecurity foundation,” said CISOs Todd Greene and Kristopher Kusche during a recent panel discussion.
The dramatic spike in virtual visits and remote work helped push digital technology to the forefront in healthcare. Now, it’s time for leaders to “take the reins” and leverage those capabilities, said Joel Vengco and Jacki Monson during a recent discussion.
As more individuals are able to access patient data, it’s becoming increasingly important to ensure continuous training is provided, and that the technology and processes are in place to enable early detection, according to our security experts.
When it comes to medical devices, the gap between what organizations think is on the network, and what’s actually on it, is disturbingly wide, according to our expert panelists, who discuss their approaches to improving visibility.
As virtual care becomes a common practice, and user expectations grow to include a “seamless and frictionless experience,” health IT leaders need to ensure telehealth platforms are integrated with core clinical platforms, according to our panelists.