Thanks to the “industrialization of cybercrime,” obtaining (and paying for) cyber insurance coverage has become more challenging than ever – and at a time when healthcare organizations need it most, according to our panelists in a recent webinar.
As healthcare organizations begin to sort through the wreckage from Covid, one of the key priorities is “getting their arms around” identity governance, according to our IT security experts, who shared lessons learned during a recent panel discussion.
When it comes to finding the right balance between remote and onsite work, CIOs and other leaders are “constantly learning,” said Cara Babachicos and David Chou, who shared some of those lessons during a recent discussion.
It may not seem like the flashiest investment, but with digital health accelerating at a rapid pace, a strong identity governance and administration strategy is more important than ever, according to Wes Wright and Randy Nale.
Contrary to the long-held belief, it is possible to safeguard patient data without disrupting clinical workflow, said our panelists during a recent discussion, and it starts with one basic premise: communication.
With data no longer confined to a single repository or network that can be locked down, guarding the perimeter simply doesn’t cut it anymore, said our panelists, who discussed the need for a layered approach to data security.
The tools have matured and the regulations are in place, making this the opportune time for healthcare organizations to move forward with electronic prescribing of controlled substances, said our panelists during a recent webinar.
The efforts put forth by IT teams during the pandemic have been nothing short of amazing. But the real challenge is making sure that as care delivery models evolve, so does the security strategy, said our expert panelists.
As leaders deal with the myriad challenges brought forth by COVID-19, governance is being flipped on its head. As a result, decisions are being made – and put into action more quickly, according to our panelists in a recent webinar.
Having cloud capabilities has played a critical role as organizations quickly ramp up telemedicine services and communicate more effectively with patients. But without a solid infrastructure and strong leadership, it’s just smoke, according to our panelists.