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 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 3, 2022

Harnessing AI to Get Ahead of Drug Diversion

Many healthcare organizations lack the tools to efficiently capture ever-growing healthcare data for drug diversion prevention and detection. Learn how to harness the power of AI to help better protect your patients, employees, and communities from the dangers of clinical drug diversion. 

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November 19, 2021

3 Steps to Elevated Diversion Monitoring: Takeaways from the 2021 NADDI conference

Automate Diversion Detection to Drastically Reduce Strain

 

For healthcare organizations across the country, clinical drug diversion monitoring is still in its infancy. 

Methods of surveillance have long been limited to reliance on spotty, time-consuming audits that are paper-based or otherwise lacking critical integrations and automation. As a result of tedious, manual, error-prone and inconsistent workflows, diversion investigators are overburdened.

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September 9, 2021

The Challenge of Ensuring Compliance at Scale as Resources Shrink, Violations Rise

As they continue devoting their limited resources to battling the Covid-19 pandemic, healthcare organizations may not be able to monitor compliance violations — including drug misuse or diversion and inappropriate access to patient records — as closely as they normally would. 

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