As practices adjust to the use of telehealth and other technologies, how can you maintain secure and HIPAA-compliant processes and procedures? Topics included procedures for developing a business continuity plan and enabling ongoing operations before and during execution of disaster recovery.
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Stuff. Sometimes there’s just so much stuff, it’s hard to get your arms around it. That’s why each year, we lock our band of merry researchers in a padded room to come up with our annual “Best of” lists. From top IT podcasts to the biggest merger and acquisition deals, we do the research so…Details
So what is it that healthcare executives (and just about every CEO in every industry) continue to get wrong? Some blame culture rejection, unrealized synergies, the inability to operate as…Details
What is it with tech companies who know virtually nothing about healthcare (GoogleHealth and Microsoft HealthVault were awesome weren’t they?) who suddenly think they can build a better mousetrap? What makes them feel that they can take a seemingly carefree drive down an already well-travelled road littered with industry and government created potholes (interoperability and…Details
Michael Douglas’ character Gordon Gekko from the movie Wall Street will forever be remembered for his quote, “Greed is good.” He went on to say that greed “captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit.” So can we logically say the same about Change? I’m drawn to that thought when reading about the Department of Veterans…Details
You love it, you hate it, and you can’t live without it! Electronic Health Records. They are of course, a digital version of a patient’s paper chart. EHRs are real-time, patient-centered records that make information available instantly and securely to authorized users. That is, until you want to share that information outside your network. The ability (or inability!)…Details