The omicron variant of the coronavirus has made clear that the impact of the pandemic is far from over, particularly for health systems and hospitals. The ongoing need to limit close contact between providers and patients means technology will continue to play a key role, but with that increased reliance on technology comes the heightened exposure to cyber risks, as well.
Increased use of remote and telehealth programs, networked medical devices, and “smart” product storage come with their own inherent risks.
Digitally connected healthcare is here to stay, and this moment is an opportunity to capitalize on the expanding potential of technologies that are already helping deliver better patient experiences and outcomes.
How artificial intelligence and automation play an important role in future-proofing networks.
The wireless network serves as the backbone supporting patient care in every department of a healthcare facility. It is crucial to optimize and future-proof WiFi networks.
Medical device security needs to address the cyber-physical threats, not just patient health information risk.
Leveraging automation and data analytics can help facilitate innovation and financial stability.
Devices in healthcare facilities support mission critical processes. Any issue that degrades network performance can have serious consequences.
New health-related data is arriving almost daily. Making sense of it all is a huge challenge.
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