Cybersecurity threats are on the rise, and healthcare organizations as well as associated vendors are among the most targeted types of databases.
Healthcare is one industry with some of the most collated data available along with the most regulation surrounding data. So what is the state of big data in healthcare?
All organizations should have a plan to ensure business continuity in case of a disaster; this is especially important for health providers. Being able to access patient data and preserve patient privacy is critical, no matter what events may occur.
Tech-savviness shouldn’t be a barrier to improving the revenue cycle, and it doesn’t have to be.
Here are a few strategies that can help providers increase patient volumes.
Security risk audits build patient trust and provide protections for medical facilities from lawsuits.
Health care organizations of any size need to assess the sustainability of their revenue cycle.
After a natural disaster, it’s important to get operations up and running as quickly as possible so as not to irrevocably damage the business side of your practice.
Ransomware infects a system and encrypts user data with a highly complex code. Only with a unique encryption key can the user gain access to their files.