Tag Archives: Healthcare

Close to one-third of healthcare employees have never received cybersecurity training, report shows

Employees of healthcare organizations in the U.S. and Canada are lacking cybersecurity education and awareness in three main areas, including regulation, policy and training. That’s according to a new report from Kaspersky, “Cyber Pulse: The State of Cybersecurity in Healthcare Part 2.” The report reveals several key findings that directly correlate to the increasing number… Read More »

Sen. Grassley: Telehealth is way to keep healthcare in rural America

With rural hospitals facing financial pressures and many forced to close, telehealth can help solve some of the challenges confronting rural communities in maintaining access to care. That’s the contention of Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, who spoke on Tuesday at a Bipartisan Policy Center event in Des Moines on… Read More »

“Paging Dr. Nobody!” Why Outdated Healthcare Paging Systems Need to Go | Sandeep Bansal, Medic Bleep

Health Tech Aug 2, 2019• By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH Think fax machines are the only out-dated tech in healthcare? Sandeep Bansal, CEO of Medic Bleep makes the case that outdated internal phone-based paging systems used by hospitals need to go too. According to Sandeep, the UK’s NHS clocks 1 billion internal phone calls a… Read More »