Digital transformation and interoperability don’t have to be limited to just clinical information systems; risk management technology for healthcare has also advanced and can provide material benefits to provider organizations
With the widespread digitization of patient health records, traditional paper and film-based records have been replaced with Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Whether your organization is a large clinical practice with multiple locations, a single facility hospital, or an accountable care organization, EHR solutions can help you streamline workflows and improve your ability to care for patients. But to make the most of today’s innovative EHR offerings, IT teams often resort to piecing together custom infrastructure solutions using separate servers and storage in order to deal with the need for improved application performance.
Using real-world examples of healthcare data breaches, we will discuss how hospital systems and healthcare providers can strategically implement security design principles to help reduce costs and manage data.
Regulators have made it abundantly clear - through recent guidance and inspection findings - that demonstrating sponsor oversight of an outsourced study is a critical requirement for TMF health and inspection-readiness.