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June 24, 2022: Today we are sharing the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity (HCIC) Task Force's report on cybersecurity: Report on Improving Cybersecurity in the Health Care Industry.  They identified the following 6 key imperatives: Define and streamline leadership, governance, and expectations for healthcare industry cybersecurity Increase the security and resilience of medical devices and health […]
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So much of your consumer life can be transacted digitally. We can do mobile banking transactions and book flights on our phones. But when you hit the healthcare world, there's phone calls, there's faxes. I jokingly call it the lowest common denominator. If 100 percent of people can't do something on their phone then let's go to the lowest common denominator and make sure everyone makes a phone call or comes in for a face-to-face visit. But that does not meet consumer expectations. In healthcare it sort of hits this analog experience level. But it is changing.

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Look at what Google, Facebook or any social media platform does. They’re getting telemetry from all their users interacting with the platform in real time. And their algorithms and models are responding to that. So that precedence already exists. And that compute capability, that's used for good or bad, can be used for good in health systems.

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