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WannaCry might make healthcare leaders do just that

One of the world's largest-ever cyberattacks is making people "WannaCry" — which is also the given name of this most impressive bad actor. This new ransomware attack has so far affected more than 250,000 computer systems in more than 150 countries across the globe....

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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Although the CMS proposed giving physicians a yearlong reprieve before having to upgrade their certified electronic health record system, hospitals may still be on the hook. The agency proposed easing some requirements for physicians...

source: Modern Healthcare

In a recent article in Harvard Business Review, the former CEO of the Permanente Medical Group Robert M. Pearl, MD relayed his experiences installing an Epic EHR system ten years ago and the factors responsible for a successful EHR implementation. Despite the hefty cost...

source: EHRIntelligence

Two organizations recently announced a new National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) aimed at improving interoperability and collaboration between health and human services in the U.S. With the help of a $12 million grant from the Kresge Foundation, Stewards of Change...

source: EHR Intelligence

The number of computer systems compromised by the global WannaCry ransomware attack last month was grossly underestimated, a cybersecurity expert told members of Congress on Thursday. The malware, which hit computer systems worldwide, including...

source: Health Data Management

Nearly half of U.S.-based companies using an Internet of Things network have been hit by a recent security breach, according to new survey data released by strategy consulting firm Altman Vilandrie & Company. The April survey of 397 IT...

source: Health Data Management

Basic security tools such as spam filters and anti-virus software, they do their job. But cybercriminals are savvy and there are other ways to get into a healthcare network. One of those methods is hijacking an organization's...

source: Healthcare IT News

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