The theme for HIMSS17 was “Where the Brightest Minds in Health and IT Meet." For five days industry leaders from the healthcare, technology and government landscapes converged on Orlando to discuss revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and today’s most pervasive challenges. In this blog we will take a look at the week’s prevailing themes and discussions.
In our new cybersecurity whitepaper and webinar, we focus on three steps healthcare organizations can take to strengthen data security to prevent an attack and how they can minimize damage in the event of an attack.
While it is vital to be wary of systems failures and criminal hackers, and protect against these threats to protected health information (PHI), the most common source of data loss in the healthcare industry is simple human error.
As healthcare technology becomes increasingly connected to the Internet of Things, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has taken an involved role in promoting cybersecurity measures.
QTS is excited to offer healthcare organizations and affiliated service providers a purpose-built community cloud solution, designed to meet the unique needs of those in the healthcare industry.
Protecting patient data and ensuring scalability for the future are critical requirements for healthcare organizations. QTS ensures that all of our data centers are built to top of the line HIPAA standards, including our new mega data center in Chicago.
The importance of data centers for healthcare organizations is greater than ever before, and it is crucial that those data centers be scalable, secure and compliant in order to meet the unique needs of those organizations.
In today’s healthcare industry, organizations are constantly faced with the challenge of meeting compliance standards while fulfilling complex security needs to protect patient data. QTS Healthcare Solutions is paving the way for the transformative approach that healthcare organizations need to be successful when it comes to achieving data security and meeting compliance standards.
Today, healthcare organizations are no longer trying to understand what the cloud is, but instead, how the technology can best be used to improve patient outcomes, lower costs and improve collaboration.
HIPAA is going on two years old, and it seems there is still a fair amount of confusion as to what the guidelines all mean