Hospital & Healthcare Management June 13, 2024
Content Team HHMGlobal

According to the national adviser for cybersecurity for the American Hospital Association, John Riggi, the cyberattacks have gone on to cause greater harm as well as impact many people. It is well to be noted that almost 100 million people happened to get impacted by healthcare hacks.

Given that there are many hospitals and also healthcare facilities that may as well be hesitant, particularly in case they have paid the ransom, this number may as well be higher.

One of the ransomware attacks on Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, based in Chicago, compelled them to shut down their email, phone, as well as medical record system. Over 2000 patients happen to be treated at this hospital that discovered...

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