Information Technology - October 2016

Tackling healthcare cybersecurity challenges

Many chief information security officers aren’t even close to having the tools they need to deal with cyberattacks

10/28/2016


Chicago healthcare facility uses GPS to try to eliminate wait times

Rush River North Medical Center uses the location system to boot workflow

10/25/2016


Toronto healthcare facility gets smart with technology

Humber River Hospital wanted automated building and clinical systems — to be able to work together and achieve a more sophisticated level of interoperability, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

10/24/2016


Integrating security and safety technologies can benefit hospitals

A security integrator can help a healthcare campus make the most of its systems

10/21/2016


Philadelphia hospital to have smart patient rooms

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital installing voice-recognition technology

10/21/2016


HHS to help fund healthcare cybersecurity

Agency recently awarded corporate agreements to fight against healthcare cybersecurity threats and improve information sharing

10/14/2016


Hospitals use digital signage to improve patient experience

Solutions include wall screens, kiosks and smartphones

10/11/2016


Cybersecurity threats continue to evolve, impact healthcare providers

Ransomware is just one area to consider

10/11/2016


Pictures of early healthcare IT shows how far it's come

The IBM booth at an American Hospital Association meeting in the 1950s showed off a new electronic time system for tracking employees

10/7/2016


The $54 million Mercy hospital doesn't have beds

330 staffers place video calls to patients using highly sensitive two-way cameras

10/5/2016


Boston Children's 2014 hacker says he did it to support patient

Anonymous said the hack was in support of a patient whose parents were under investigation for medical child abuse

10/3/2016



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