The Acceleration in Digital Healthcare: Challenges and Barriers
January 18, 2022
To address some of the existing gaps in digital healthcare solutions for chronic cardiovascular conditions such as atrial fibrillation, especially for elderly patients who make up a huge proportion of the AF population. To provide both specialists and generalists with up-to-date knowledge and options for their daily practices, such as how to organise remote monitoring of AF. Digitalisation efforts, both at the national and subnational levels of healthcare systems, have accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are not yet enough insight and data collection points to determine whether these changes are sustainable and effective solutions. Multiple factors affect optimisation of healthcare solutions – so this webinar is an opportunity to address some of those existing gaps in order to improve patient access and connectivity among healthcare professionals.
Improving cybersecurity starts with measuring risk. Unfortunately, measuring the state of Healthcare security - and hospitals in particular - has been a subjective practice based on surveys and qualitative data. New research from Eric Johnson (Dean, Vanderbilt Business School) gathers hard, quantitative performance data to answer key questions:
How are hospitals performing when it comes to cybersecurity?
How do they benchmark against larger, Fortune 1000 companies?
What vulnerabilities are proving most challenging to health care organizations?
Is there a relationship between cybersecurity preparedness and data breaches?
Dean Johnson will discuss his findings with CISO Michael D'Avrezzo from Wellstar Shred Services and Tom Montroy, director of data science at BitSight, as the panel discusses the latest research and provides recommendations for Healthcare and Hospital CISOs to improve their cybersecurity posture to avoid ransomware and cyber incidents.
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