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Medical Devices: Treat Them Like Untrusted End-User Tools

The latest ISMG Security Report features a special report on securing medical devices.In the Security Report (click on player beneath image to listen), you’ll hear highlights from a panel – Medical Devices: Treat Them Like Untrusted End-User Devices – held at last month’s ISMG Healthcare Security Conference in New York. HealthcareInfoSecurity Executive Editor Marianne Kolbasuk

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Shahid Shah on Why It Is Vital to Look Past the Obvious in Digital Health

Shahid Shah: Our Guest on the Digital Health Maven Podcast October 2017 Shahid Shah is a digital health maven because of his focus on unpacking the whys behind digital health trends in order to guide organizations, government and others in their quest to use these technologies for maximum impact. Shahs primary digital health maven trait

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Analyzing Changes to EHR Certification Practices

Recent changes by the Department of Health and Human Services to the certification program for electronic health record software could potentially weaken efforts to ensure EHRs meet federal requirements, including those that impact security, says healthcare attorney Maya Uppaluru, a former staff member at HHS’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.

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The Modern EHR is Mobile: 5 Ways Mobile is Driving Adoption & Meaningful Use

Modern healthcare is rapidly changing, and it’s evident in the lives of patients, support staff and doctors. Technology is working its way into every process, from referral management to booking appointments and billing. According to an article by MedCity.com, primary care physicians spend half their day attending to tasks related to electronic health records (EHR).

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Infographic: 10 Things You Should Know About BYOD in Healthcare

Healthcare organizations around the U.S. continue to wrestle with whether staff are allowed to use their personal mobile devices for work. Spok, a provider of clinical communications solutions recently surveyed more than 350 healthcare leaders to understand more about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and assess the current trends.The survey finds participation in BYOD

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Improving the Cybersecurity of IoT, Medical Devices

The Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency are working closely with safety certification and consulting firm UL to improve the cybersecurity of internet of things devices as well as medical devices procured by the government. The effort could yield benefits to the private sector as well, two researchers explain

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