From cloud computing to bring your own device, everyone in healthcare is talking about data security. But, spurred on by the HIPAA/HITECH omnibus final rule, government incentives and widespread technological advances, healthcare organisations must get better at data protection, says HRMR.
In the ever-changing world of healthcare IT, it can be hard to ensure that sensitive data remains adequately protected. HRMR asks what risk managers need to do to mitigate the ever-present threat of data breaches—and what to do when, despite your best efforts, a breach occurs.
Does your organization meet the requirements laid out in the HIPAA/HITECH omnibus final rule? Bob Parisi from Marsh gives his view on the new rules, their impact on healthcare organizations, and cyber risks in general.
The risks associated with failing to notify individuals affected by data breaches are set to rise for healthcare providers, says Katherine Keefe from Beazley Breach Response Services.
The risks associated with data breaches for healthcare organizations are becoming greater and ever more complex. Katherine Keefe of Beazley Breach Response Services explores the challenges health bodies face and how to address them.
Healthcare organizations have been using captives for many decades to help manage their risks. Ron Sulisz of Strategic Risk Solutions estimates the size of this market and assesses how captives might help cover new risks in the future.
Hacking financial data is old news—cyber criminals are now targeting healthcare, as Brian Stromberg and David McElroy of Riskonnect report.
ECRI Institute’s 2015 Top 10 Health Technology Hazards highlights many perennial problems plus some newer issues. HRMR rounds up its findings.