MedCity News April 18, 2024
Ryan Hamilton

Achieving strong cybersecurity is a vast, interconnected web that must incorporate the correct software, procedures, and workflows and take into account the human element across an entire organization.

All eyes are on healthcare organizations. How will they adjust their approach to cybersecurity in the wake of the recent attack on Change Healthcare? Data, used effectively, is an invaluable tool for improving healthcare. But data’s immense value attracts the attention of hackers. There are vulnerabilities in this increasingly interconnected industry, where outside vendors are relied on heavily to assist with the goals of both payer and provider organizations. Healthcare organizations must devote significant resources to assessing their current security efforts.

For healthcare organizations to avoid being victims of the next attack,...

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