Best Practices for Telework and Telehealth Security

Best Practices for Telework and Telehealth Security

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S back in March, healthcare IT organizations were caught off guard as much as anyone. In the days following shelter-in-place orders and social distancing restrictions, IT departments scrambled to set up new, or bolster existing, telehealth solutions with the priority of keeping doctors and patients healthy overriding all other concerns.

To help healthcare providers better understand the security requirements of today’s complex work environments, we have shared below five of our top best practices for healthcare IT departments to help keep patient data secure during COVID-19.

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