For a healthcare organization to have the highest level of cybersecurity possible, it takes more than meeting regulatory compliance standards. The entire organization must be proactive with constant assessments, periodic testing, and equipping employees with best practices to keep client information secure.
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Mobile devices are no longer just for patients, and with mobility growing in healthcare, it's important to understand why. That’s the reality of today’s healthcare industry as mobile technology continuously evolves with every passing day. Nearly 70 percent of clinicians use smartphones or laptops to access healthcare data.
Here are some of the biggest benefits to choosing a mobile EMR and PM software.
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Given the prevalence of portable electronic devices in today’s world, it’s no surprise that patients and providers alike are accessing health information while on the go. While this convenience is something to be appreciated, it can put valuable PHI at risk, not to mention increasing the chances of a breach of HIPAA-compliance.
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If a healthcare organization wants to be considered HIPAA-compliant, they must meet the rule’s strict standards regarding the protection of personal health information (PHI). One aspect of these exacting standards is having an efficient and well-rounded cybersecurity contingency plan. Given the seemingly never-ending rounds of cyberattacks, phishing attempts, and hacking, it’s no surprise that having such a plan in place is of paramount importance.