The Headlines Today Are Shocking…
The Headlines Today Are Shocking…
The rise of ransomware over the past few years is an ever-growing problem that has quickly become an extremely lucrative criminal enterprise. Targeted organizations often believe that paying the ransom is the most cost-effective way to get their data back — and, unfortunately, this may be true. The problem is that every single business that pays to recover its files is directly funding the development of the next generation of ransomware.
“In addition to simplicity and savings, our NetApp AltaVault and Engage HealthCloud ObjectStore–supported backup service makes it easy for customers to check off all those boxes for meaningful-use HITECH Act and regulations compliance.”
--Frank Tollefson, Assistant Director of Network Services, INHS/Engage
Get the Facts on Cloud Backup
Dispel the five most common myths standing between healthcare organizations and the efficiency of cloud-integrated storage solutions for data backup and recovery. Learn how cloud backup can:
The healthcare industry now has more data than ever. It can be challenging to corral and understand massive amounts of data from a variety of systems. There’s data from patient care, supply chain, insurance billing, compliance, operations—and the list goes on. And there’s often variance and disparity within each of those buckets.
But when the right sources are streamlined and analyzed properly, data can be a huge asset, helping drive operational efficiencies and better patient outcomes.
Organizations are scrambling to identify security weaknesses before their adversaries do. Having a consistent, systematic, and scalable methodology to properly assess your environment is essential. To begin you need a solid understanding of the organization, its components, what it relies on, and what could cause it harm. The Relational Security Assessment Model was developed by Rsam as a guide for developing a proper and balanced perspective in the rather oblique world of assessments.
“From my perspective, the link between VBP and coding is one of the biggest things happening in the HIM landscape right now, and it’s critical that healthcare organizations are aware of this connection and why and how the two can influence each other as they consider how to best support improve quality of care—and get the most value out of evolving payment and incentive systems.” --Patty Sheridan, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA, Senior Vice President of Health Information Management (HIM) Business Development at Ciox Health
Ever since the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) debuted, small-to- medium-size health care organizations have struggled to comply.
“Improve care, lower costs” – in today’s healthcare environment, this mantra governs all.
But when most healthcare organizations are not successfully recouping the monies owed for care, either directly from patients or from insurance companies, achieving either end of that mantra seems like an impossibility.
How can healthcare organizations work towards managing spend—and making the right investments to help both lower their costs and improve the quality of patient care? It starts with optimizing revenue cycle management.
THALES E-SECURITY HELP DELTA DENTAL OF MISSOURI BE A GOOD OMBUDSMAN OF PATIENTS’ DATAs
Learn how Delta Dental worked with Thales to realize their digial transformation, encrypting sensitive database information while managing network overhead.