NCSAM is Over. Focus on HealthIT Security is Not.

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NCSAM is Over. Focus on HealthIT Security is Not.

October has come and gone and so has yet another National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). But this collective effort between government and industry to make […]

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NASCIO 2018: Cloud Technology? Easier Said Than Done

Every year, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) holds a conference to meet with representatives from federal, municipal, international government and non-profit […]

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NHIT Week: The Consumer is Still King

National Health IT Week is coming to a close. We’ve covered topics such as cyber security, interoperability, and what’s next on the horizon for the Office […]

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NHIT Week: Cyber Security – A Shared Responsibility

Welcome to Day Two of National Health IT Week. If you’re tracking the agenda, you will notice there is a lot of focus on healthcare […]

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Cyber Security, Meet Internet of Things

We’ve talked plenty about cybersecurity in the past. We’ve also talked about connected medical devices on occasion. The time has come to talk about the […]

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NCSAM: Start by Securing the Human

Not a week or even a day goes by without a news story of Cyber Attacks. Why, even last week, the majority of the Eastern […]

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Health IT that’s been around the Blockchain

New interoperable healthcare technologies are transforming health data into something like a new form of currency. It is no surprise then that health IT is […]

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Cybersecurity: More than Your Credit Card Information

Cybersecurity is a word we see on the nightly news, read on our internet homepages, and hear our friends talking about. More often than not, […]

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Protecting Patients

Your doctor knows just about every quantifiable thing about you. Think about it. Height? Check. Birthday? Check. Credit card information? Check. Social security number? Home […]

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