Rethinking Culture In Healthcare Cybersecurity Strategy

Rethinking Culture In Healthcare Cybersecurity Strategy

In the Global Edition of "Privacy & Security," Kaiser Permanente's Eric Liederman emphasizes the critical importance of trust in healthcare cybersecurity. Liederman emphasizes the value of creating trust among patients, staff, and families rather than just concentrating on external risks. The author of the piece urges a change in culture within the healthcare sector as he gets ready to speak at the Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum. Healthcare organisations may create a secure environment that not only protects against external attackers but also encourages trust and confidence among all stakeholders by reevaluating their cybersecurity practices. According to Dr. Eric Liederman, director of medical informatics at Kaiser Permanente, data privacy is more than just keeping personal information safe and secure; it's also a crucial part of building patient trust that healthcare organisations take personal safety seriously. In Boston on September 7 and 8, at the HIMSS 2023 Healthcare Cybersecurity Forum, Liederman will discuss his experiences putting systems and practices in place that promote a culture of privacy and security. 

Next Article

Did you find this useful?

Medigy Innovation Network

Connecting innovation decision makers to authoritative information, institutions, people and insights.

Medigy Logo

The latest News, Insights & Events

Medigy accurately delivers healthcare and technology information, news and insight from around the world.

The best products, services & solutions

Medigy surfaces the world's best crowdsourced health tech offerings with social interactions and peer reviews.

© 2024 Netspective Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Built on May 28, 2024 at 11:33am