Cybersecurity is a top safety issue for healthcare facilities

November 6, 2018

A recent survey listed cybersecurity as one of the top safety issues for healthcare facilities, behind severe weather and active shooter incidents, according to an article on the Health IT Security website.

Three hundred healthcare safety professionals were surveyed by Rave Mobile Safety.

Survey respondents included personnel involved in healthcare emergency management and preparedness, security, operations, compliance, IT, and environmental, health and safety.

Healthcare organizations must seek a balance between disclosing patient information when necessary to respond to an emergency and protecting patient privacy, the article said.

Read the article.

 

 

See the latest posts on our homepage


Share

Topic Area: Security


Recent Posts
Recent Posts

Mystery odor closes Vermont hospital operating rooms again


The oder caused staff to seek medical care

12/13/2019

Workers at Ohio healthcare facilities warned about credit card thieves


Kettering Health Network believes the thefts could be part of a possible crime ring

12/13/2019

Blog

In healthcare facility renovations, early partnership with qualified specialty contractors is critical


The early onboarding of specialty contractors can play a crucial role in completing projects safely

12/13/2019

Quake-resistant hospital to open soon in Turkey


The hospital features 1,800 triple pendulum isolator systems

12/13/2019

How BIM improves healthcare facility design and operations


BIM is especially crucial for large and complex healthcare facilities because it can simplify operations, and make them more efficient

12/13/2019





Post Comment




FREE
NEWSLETTER

News & Updates • Webcast Alerts • Building Technologies

All fields are required.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.