Implementing a Successful Multifactor Authentication Strategy for Healthcare

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As healthcare contends with emerging security threats and new workflow regulations, multifactor authentication (MFA) is as important as ever. But there are unique challenges that must be considered when selecting a solution — the workflow must be efficient and transparent for users to avoid disruption to productivity. And, there are specific clinical workflows that require MFA that must be considered as part of a broader strategy. In October, a new federal law was passed that mandates electronic prescribing for controlled substances (EPCS) though Medicare Part D.
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Facing increasing margin pressures—and having already implemented many proven cost reduction and revenue-increasing measures—hospitals and health systems have to find new ways of reducing their costs without compromising quality or patient safety. By drawing on the expertise of their pharmacy team and the power of clinical surveillance solutions that enhance and extend the power of electronic health records and other hospital technologies, hospitals and health systems can realize significant cost savings.

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Are You Ready for EKRA? What You Need to Know Now About How this New Legislation Affects Your Lab

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As written, however, EKRA is far more expansive with its broad language enabling the federal government to monitor provider arrangements intended to generate business for any laboratory services, not just those related to individuals in treatment for substance abuse disorders, payable by a FHCP or commercial health insurer.
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Putting Healthcare Under A Microscope – Understanding and Overcoming Cybersecurity Challenges in Healthcare

HIMSS Learning Center

The device landscape in the healthcare sector is growing exponentially, adding to the complexity of the network, and making it challenging for IT and security personnel to remain compliant and enforce patient safety and privacy. To better understand the complexity of healthcare networks and potential vulnerabilities, Forescout research analyzed 75 healthcare deployments with over 1.5 million devices.
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Next-Gen BI for Healthcare and Life Sciences on AWS

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Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations are using data to generate knowledge that helps them provide better patient care, enhances biopharma research and development, and streamlines operations across the product innovation and care delivery continuum. Next-Gen business intelligence (BI) solutions can help organizations reduce time-to-insight by aggregating and analyzing structured and unstructured data sets in real or near-real time.
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Engaging Patients and Technology for Healthier Living

HIMSS Media

John Sharp, Senior Manager of Consumer Health IT with HIMSS, will share how the growing availability of consumer wearables, home IoT smart devices, and smart homes create an opportunity for a connected life which supports health. Join us to discuss examples of how: Consumers are increasingly aware of how technology and apps can engage them in healthier lifestyles. Remote patient monitoring is increasingly being used to monitor chronic conditions and showing success in reducing hospital admissions for some (KLAS Report).
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Facing increasing margin pressures—and having already implemented many proven cost reduction and revenue-increasing measures—hospitals and health systems have to find new ways of reducing their costs without compromising quality or patient safety. By drawing on the expertise of their pharmacy team and the power of clinical surveillance solutions that enhance and extend the power of electronic health records and other hospital technologies, hospitals and health systems can realize significant cost savings.

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