If health IT and security leaders aren’t willing to take an honest look at why cybersecurity attacks work, we’re never going to be able to prevent them, says Mitch Parker, who examines the growing problem in this two-part series.
When it isn’t feasible to purchase new biomedical devices – and much of the time, it isn’t – healthcare IT and security leaders need to find more creative ways to secure data, according to Theresa Meadows and Will Long, who discussed the topic during a recent webinar.
If we want to improve care quality and control costs, it’s not just the patient and family that should be placed at the center, says David Muntz, who proposes a new formula to help “extend our focus and change our vision.”
Perhaps the key isn’t to remove grey IT, but to understand where it occurs, why it happens, and what risks it carries, says CIO Richard Corbridge, who identifies the most common manifestations of grey IT.
From regulatory changes to cybersecurity, CIO David Chou outlines the most significant risks facing healthcare organizations in 2019, and provides guidance on how to successfully mitigate them.