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Walking through the halls of any healthcare facility, you will likely note the presence of smartphones everywhere. So, what can be done to take these devices from a data security risk to an invaluable interoperability must-have?
From the moment you start to experience stroke symptoms, the clock starts ticking. Every minute that passes can make a difference in how many of your brain cells are dying – approximately 2 million per minute of delay as it turns out.
For a System of Care to function well, emergency medical services (EMS) must quickly respond, diagnose the patient’s condition and transport the patient to the appropriate destination within minutes. Ultimately, these patient navigation decisions and the care provided by EMS significantly impact the patient’s outcome.
When you think about cybersecurity, what comes to mind? You’re probably thinking of IT systems, computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, right? For healthcare, it requires more than that: It encompasses medical devices, too.