C-Suite Cyber-Security Quick References

“To geek or not to geek?” that is not the only question. The real c-suite cyber-security question for executives might be, “Trust or not to trust?” All things IT still intimidates most people, no matter the generation. Being informed about security, network structures, and intrusive software challenges many experts in the field. Handing the responsibilities over to internal or contracted specialists without understanding the general concepts of cyber-security creates a blind spot. Not unlike, not grasping financial concepts because the accounting department handles that stuff.

2017-10-24T18:36:54+00:00 By |Healthcare IT, Services|

Healthcare Payer Operations Improve With More Data

As healthcare payer operations integrate new practices to align with the value-based care paradigm, payers are critically challenged with identifying root causes to solve issues in order to improve and sustain performance. BHM Healthcare Solutions play a critical role in a larger operational system and offers two resources for consideration when reviewing the larger payer operational landscape.

Cyber-attacks: Not A Matter Of “If”, But “When”

The KPMG 2017 Cyber Healthcare & Life Sciences Survey of providers and health plans found a dramatic rise in computer system breaches, cyber-attacks, and data compromises, which include patient records, over the past two years. Despite that increase, more executives, who oversee protecting patient records and other information, say they are better prepared than two years ago to protect themselves against cyber-attacks.

2017-08-01T20:12:11+00:00 By |Healthcare IT, Services|

Cyber-attacks Vulnerable Healthcare Industries

WannaCry ransomware attack jumped cyber threat levels to new heights. Particularly hard hit were healthcare facilities in the UK. Three news articles summarize the attack and address healthcare industry's vulnerability. The US missed the brunt of the lockdown because of an accident in the form of an entrepreneurial coder inadvertently tripping the "kill switch". Cyber-attacks vulnerable healthcare industries missed the 10 years of preparation.

2017-05-17T01:48:58+00:00 By |Healthcare IT, Services|

The NCQA Welcomes 2 Important Vendors to the eMeasure Certification Program

The NCQA announced on November 24th that CECity.com, Inc. and Arcadia Solutions, two leading data vendors, would be participating in the new eMeasure Certification Program. According to the NCQA press release, this means Health Plans will now be able to obtain certified data from these two health IT vendors.

The Status On ICD-10 Implementation [Infographic]

Our guest post this week is from Practice Bridge and covers the very near implementation date of ICD-10. "We will be using ICD-10 in a just over a week. But before that do you know the status on ICD-10 implementation? With the help of coding veterans and influencers, I have come up with few facts most healthcare professionals miss out. In this infographics our experts have shared 6 foundation blocks for successful ICD-10 implementation. Let me break down the facts and foundations for you."

Healthcare Data Breaches: Is 2015 The Year of the Cyber Attack?

From Anthem to Premera Blue Cross, healthcare data breaches have been buzzing in our news feed since the beginning of 2015. But did you know that five of the biggest data breaches in the healthcare industry occurred this year? And that over "92 million individuals" have been affected by healthcare breaches in 2015 already (just up until May). Unfortunately, it's been a big year for cyber attacks and according to Bloomberg Business "nearly 90 percent of health-care providers were hit by breaches in the past two years, half of them criminal in nature, the report found." While many organizations are buffing up on security and creating awareness around the important issues of cyber security and healthcare, a recent survey by KPMG found that only 66% of providers feel they are prepared a cyber attack.

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