Too often the theft of personal health information (PHI) or personally identifiable information (PII) can go undetected before law enforcement or FBI intervention. Last year alone, the healthcare industry experienced its largest healthcare data breach in U.S. history, compromising the data of nearly 80M health insurance members.
While insurers continue to be the target of sophisticated cyber-attacks, there are several ways to combat this threat. To start, the industry must learn to better understand both current and future threats and vulnerabilities. They must place a greater emphasis on cyber security to protect the information and data they are entrusted to mange by their customers, members, and patients. Read More.
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Interview: Ray Desrochers, Executive Vice President, HealthEdge from World Health Care Congress 2016
The World Health Care Congress convenes decision makers from all sectors of health care to catalyze meaningful partnerships and change. In 2016, faculty focus on the impact of mega-mergers and consolidation, navigating ACA implementation, consumer engagement, the shift from FFS to value-based payment, and scalable, innovative care models and technologies that show promise in reducing cost and increasing quality.Watch the interview.