To commemorate the Year of the Nurse (which was extended into 2021) and National Nurses, we offer perspectives from leaders who have walked the walk on the challenges nurses face, the critical role they play in providing patient care, and how their experiences helped shape them.
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.
“The work we do in public policy is so important, because we can drive substantial change,” says CIO Theresa Meadows, who talks about the value of advocacy, the biggest challenges in cybersecurity, and why Meaningful Use was a game-changer.
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.
The most surprising takeaway from the HHS Cybersecurity Task Force report? The lack of risk assessments being conducted, according to David Finn and Theresa Finn, who found that “most people don’t even have a baseline.”