How Cybersecurity Leaders Avoid Data Breaches in Healthcare

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With new software vulnerabilities being discovered every day, it’s not a matter of if, but a question of when hackers will use these vulnerabilities to infiltrate a healthcare organization. A survey commissioned by ServiceNow with the Ponemon Institute revealed 50% of respondents experienced one or more data breaches in the last two years. The majority of cybersecurity experts are struggling to keep pace. Faced with hacker onslaught, healthcare organizations need new approaches to keep patient data, assets and their information safe.
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Oliver Wyman announced today the results of a new survey on consumers’ experiences with alternative sites of care, such as retail health clinics, urgent care centers, and telehealth. The report, entitled “The New Front Door to Healthcare is Here,” found that more consumers across all demographics are using these alternative sites of care, and many are having good experiences. The survey findings indicate that consumers will increasingly use alternative sites. As a result, Oliver Wyman projects at least $200 billion in current healthcare spend could flow to one or more of these alternative sites of care.

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How Better Healthcare Cybersecurity Helps Protect Patients

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In order to stay competitive, improve efficiencies, drive down costs, and improve patient care, hospitals increasingly turn to technology.The result is a rapid expansion in the number and use of medical devices and clinical assets. As the threat of cyber attacks loom large, those assets are quickly becoming liabilities.
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Pursuing the Adaptive Plant to Enable Personalized Healthcare

Our industry is rapidly transforming to support personalized healthcare as we strive to cure disease. This latest evolution of healthcare amplifies existing requirements and introduces new challenges for life sciences industry supply chains.
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What should the COVID-19 inquiry focus on?

The public inquiry into the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, chaired by Baroness Hallett, has consulted on the terms of reference and made its recommendations to government which should be finalised later this year.
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Building a Culture of Security within Healthcare Organizations

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In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of visibility and agility when it comes to identifying end-user vulnerabilities, and how healthcare organizations can efficiently implement security awareness training and build a culture that prioritizes data, device, and patient security.
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Oliver Wyman announced today the results of a new survey on consumers’ experiences with alternative sites of care, such as retail health clinics, urgent care centers, and telehealth. The report, entitled “The New Front Door to Healthcare is Here,” found that more consumers across all demographics are using these alternative sites of care, and many are having good experiences. The survey findings indicate that consumers will increasingly use alternative sites. As a result, Oliver Wyman projects at least $200 billion in current healthcare spend could flow to one or more of these alternative sites of care.

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