World Password Day
The first Thursday in May is World Password Day, a great reminder to review your passwords and practices. While all computer and mobile device users should think about security, it’s even more critical for the healthcare industry.
Too many people still rely on easy-to-remember words and dates for their logins. Being easy to remember can unfortunately make them easy to guess or crack.
Coalition Advocates for Home-Based Care
It’s been demonstrated that healthcare providers can see patients who are at home (or anywhere). Moving Health Home, a coalition of healthcare companies including Amazon Care, is now educating and lobbying officials and policymakers in support of home-based care. The group supports increased coverage for home care services and bundled payments.
In addition to Amazon’s foray into healthcare,
CISA Warns Google Chrome Users to Update
Google and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the Department of Homeland Security warned users of the Chrome browser to update the application, as the latest update includes two security fixes to address high-severity zero-day vulnerabilities.
The security flaws “have been detected in exploits in the wild”
Hardware Included with Managed It Service
Medical Practices are able to get hardware at no additional charge as a part of the Managed IT service that is offered by Healthcare IT leader, Microwize Technology.
Microwize Technology is offering Hardware as a Service (HaaS) Starting at $69/computer per month hardware will be included with Managed IT Service Provider (MSP) at no additional charge by Microwize Technology,
Microwize Announces Expansion in IT Offerings to Medical Practices Regardless of the Type of Medical Applications They are Using Now
PARAMUS, N.J. (PRWEB) JANUARY 26, 2019
Microwize Technology – A Healthcare IT firm providing managed IT services and cloud computing for medical practices with 10 to 100 computers located in Paramus, New Jersey – announces an expansion in IT offerings to medical practices regardless of the type of medical applications they are using now.
EHRs in the Cloud
EHR in the cloud, unlike a local server or personal computer, cloud computing uses remotely hosted third-party servers to store data in large data centers. The data is then shared with other devices and consumed by customers on-demand over the internet much like electricity is shared over a grid. As a quick example, imagine the time,
2016 EHR Trends Include Mobile Access
EHR Trends Include Mobile Access by Physicians and Patients
A well-known research firm, Black Book forecasts the healthcare cloud market in the U.S. and Europe to grow nearly 24 percent by 2020. By living in the cloud, EHR records are accessible by physicians and patients alike. And making the accessibility even more convenient is the ability to reach the data records via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
IBM Watson Health Aids Tiatros with Patient Information
Watson is the first commercially available cognitive computing which analyzes high volumes of data, understands complex questions posed in natural language, and proposes evidence-based answers. Watson continuously learns, gaining in value and knowledge over time, from previous interactions. In April 2015, IBM Watson Health and the Watson Health Cloud platform was launched. The new unit aims to improve the ability of doctors,
Interoperability Standards from Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources
While no one technology or protocol will be able to unify the nation’s electronic medical records and provide true interoperability, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is aiming to provide a reliable pathway into data about patient populations and allow that information to be readily available and serve as a base set of resources that,