Live Support Software
   

Archive for February, 2015

Are Legacy EHR Systems the HIPAA Ticking Time Bomb?

Are Legacy EHR Systems the HIPAA Ticking Time Bomb?

The following is a guest blog post from HealthcareScene.com, Health IT Blog Network, by John Lynn, guest contributor Healthcare IT and EHR security is a really important topic right now. Many organizations have started to spend time and resources on this problem after a series of healthcare and non-healthcare breaches. The Anthem breach being the most recent. Overall, this is a great thing for the industry since I think there’s more that could be done in every organization to shore up the privacy and security of patient health data. In […]

February 22, 2015 | By More
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Health Information Technology advances data studies but a dangerous trend in “data blindness” is blocking its benefits. A movement in the US against basic vaccinations for children is very clearly based on faulty information. Health Information Technology has created an era of better data collection and tracking in order to combat this very possibility and yet, a cacophony of internet noise and opinion alongside celebrity miscommunication has forced a retreat in vaccinations which is unprecedented and which is beginning to cause a resurgence in deadly outbreaks of viruses which had mostly […]

February 16, 2015 | By More
Welcome Windows 10!

Welcome Windows 10!

The following is a guest blog post from Choice Technologies, Health IT Blog, by Chuck Kiessling, Senior Project Engineer & Solutions Engineer First and foremost, Why Windows 10 and not 9? The natural name would have been Windows 9, but Microsoft is eager to suggest a break with the past. “We’re not building an incremental product,” said Terry Myerson, head of Microsoft’s Operating Systems Group. Microsoft considered the name “Windows One,” he said, to match products like OneNote and OneDrive and its “One Microsoft” business strategy. But he noted the name […]

February 1, 2015 | By More