High reliability is being used by healthcare organizations across the country in an effort to reduce medical errors and improve patient safety. However, to truly reduce errors and improve financial and operational performance across a health system, high-reliability concepts should be adopted by all departments across an organization, both clinical and operational.
Companies are often so keenly focused on developing the product inside the box that they can sometimes miss critical requirements for the package that is intended to protect it.
Healthcare organizations globally continue to be targets of sophisticated cyber threats during the COVID-19 pandemic using tactics that are evolving across patient care ecosystem. These new threats are challenging organizations to evolve and adapt their defense in depth security posture as they have continued their digital transformation to support new workflows, implement new connected clinical devices, expand telemedicine and telehealth and support a remote workforce.
HIMSS Learning Center
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.