March 22, 2022

Preventive Compliance Monitoring

Every year, hospitals in the U.S. spend $39 billion to stay compliant, with most of the money focused on manual compliance tasks and audits. This reactive approach consumes major resources which are already stretched paper-thin in an industry still reeling from the impact of COVID-19. A proactive, preventive healthcare compliance monitoring solution helps reduce risk to organizations, workforces, and most importantly, patients – learn why it matters more than ever for mitigating risk in healthcare today.

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March 15, 2022

Healthcare Security's Top Priority

As hackers continue to heavily target the healthcare industry, it’s imperative for organizations to have a security incident response plan in place to identify and respond to cybersecurity incidents. Learn the key elements needed to create your organization’s plan so you’re prepared when breaches happen.

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March 10, 2022

Key Takeaways from the 2022 Breach Barometer Report

In 2021, the healthcare industry faced rising supply costs, higher salaries, and critical staffing shortages exacerbated by COVID-19 on top of the continued challenge of employee retention and satisfaction, patient safety, and organizational success. Although bad actors have relentlessly exploited healthcare's weak spots for years, continuous disruption made the industry an even bigger target in 2021 as breaches were up nearly 20% compared to 2020. Greater reliance on virtual care delivery and remote work exacerbated the vulnerabilities of sensitive patient data while hackers deployed more sophisticated tactics.

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March 7, 2022

Ensuring Compliance Policy Adherence With AI

Regardless of reduced budgets and critical staffing shortages, IT departments must continue to ensure colleagues adhere to their organizations’ healthcare compliance strategies. The challenge is monitoring huge amounts of data without missing what matters — here’s where AI can help.

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February 18, 2022

The Why of AI

Learn why using AI helps compliance officers detect more privacy violations than humanly possible while requiring fewer resources.

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