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12/23/2013
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Diagnosis: Insecurity

Many healthcare providers still don't get it: They refuse to fully secure protected health information against unauthorized access and authorized users who abuse their privileges.

Diagnosis: Insecurity

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2/24/2014 | 5:00:00 PM
Infographic: 80% of healthcare providers have no plans to deploy fraud identity systems
Yet 38 percent of clinicians say they social media to collaborate with peers and 77 percent use tablets for medical purposes. That's from the 2013 InformationWeek IT priorities survey. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen!
Healthcare Data Breaches Cost More Than You Think
Healthcare Data Breaches Cost More Than You Think
Healthcare providers just don't get it. They refuse to see the need to fully secure their protected health information from unauthorized users -- and from authorized users who abuse their access privileges. As a result, they don't allocate enough budgetary resources for securing medical data.
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